Thomas the disciple (man of unbelief)who said that he would have to see Jesus come before he would believe it. But Jesus told him that it is blessed to have not seen and believed than to see then believe.
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Thomas (as in the doubting Thomas).
There is no record of what Thomas did before he was a disciple. We only know that his other name was Didymus and that he at fist doubted Jesus' resurrection.
Thomas. AKA "Doubting" Thomas.
It was his disciple Thomas.
It is the disciple Thomas.
The Acts of Thomas is a book written at around 200 AD. It suggests that Thomas the disciple was a carpenter and that he was an immediate family member of Jesus. He was said to be born in Galilee , Israel circa in the first century.
It was Thomas ;)
Thomas. Lead to the expression "Doubting Thomas"AnswerThroughout John's Gospel, Thomas is portrayed as a doubting disciple. Elaine Pagels (Beyond Belief: The Secret Gospel of Thomas) sees a principal objective of John's Gospel to refute the beliefs of the Thomas Christians. Only John presents this challenging and critical portrait of the disciple he calls "Thomas, the one called Didymus". This theme is nowhere evident in any of the other three New Testament Gospels and, on this evidence, its veracity is doubtful.
I believe it was Thomas.
i think he got attacked lol rofl hamburgers
Tradition holds that Thomas Didymus (the twin) evangelised in India and is buried there. Thomas was the disciple who first doubted the resurrection claiming that he would only believe if he could see Jesus for himself and place hs fingers in the wounds he suffere on the cross. When Jesus DID appear, he was the first disciple to recognise him as God as he fell to his knees an worshipped him calling him "My Lord and my God!".
A disciple is a person who spreads the love of Christ and the Gospel. A disciple is also a person who seeks after Jesus with adoration and wanting to know more. Anyone can be a disciple. Jesus had 12 main disciples :Peter, Andrew, James, John, Philip, Bartholemew, Matthew, Thomas, James, Thaddeus, Simon, and Judas. There were disciples after that such as Paul who spread the gospel to the gentiles.
Thomas is commonly referred to as the doubtful disciple. This is because he refused to believe that Jesus had resurrected until he saw it with his own eyes.
In John 17:6 tells us that God choose the disciples and gave them to Jesus. Thomas was one of these disciples and later he became an apostle.
AnswerThe synoptic gospels say that no one of Jesus'acquaintance was at the crucifixion, and that Mary and others watched from afar off. Since no one of Jesus' acquaintance was at the crucifixion, neither Thomas nor Mary could have been. On the other hand, John's Gospel says that Mary and the 'disciple whom Jesus loved' were at the foot of the cross when Jesus was crucified. We do not know who the disciple was, but the second-century Church Fathers believed him to be the apostle John, a tradition that has followed ever since. The 'disciple whom Jesus loved' is in any case unlikely to be Thomas, because Elaine Pagels detects a thread of anti-Thomas rhetoric throughout John's Gospel, making it unlikely that the author would use this phrase when speaking of Thomas.So, in John's Gospel, Mary was at the crucifixion with an unnamed disciple who is most unlikely to have been Thomas.
Thomas is not a proper name, but means "twin" in Aramaic, as does "Didymus" in Greek. The disciple in the New Testament was known by this nickname, but the non-canonical Thomas' Gospel says that his given name was Judas (not Iscariot). John's Gospel frequently refers to 'Thomas' but uses this name once, at verse 14:22. A clearly false claim is found in the third-century Acts of Thomas say that Judas Thomas was the twin brother of Jesus and is sometimes mistaken for Jesus, even deceiving the Devil.
No, Thomas was Didymus (meaning The Twin) . (John 11:16; 20:24)