A text of pages bound leaf style, like a modern book—as opposed to a scroll, which has no discrete pages.
A gospel is an account that describes the life of Jesus of Nazareth.
The final stage of the Egyptian language, which also lent its name to the Coptic Church, the Egyptian branch of Orthodox Christianity.
Related to a set of beliefs that emphasized the pursuit of "gnosis" (enlightenment) and the divide between the spiritual and the material. Most notably present in Christian traditions that were later deemed heretical.