Its widespread influence is found in Eastern and Western thought alike, from Tibetan Buddhism to the young Augustine of Hippo. 20th century archaeology has restored to us a number of their books, often of great artistic beauty, in which the Manicheans embodied their knowledge. This book brings together some of the fragmented texts with a commentary that chronicles the new light now being thrown on the relationship between Mani’s “religion of light” and Christianity.
Mani, the Angel and the Column of Glory: An Anthology of Manichean Texts
Andrew Welburn (Editor)
Floris Book, 1999
Cologne Mani Codex: Concerning the Origins of His Body
Ron & Dewey, Arthur J Cameron (Editor), Arthur J Dewey (Editor)
Scholars P, US
Paperback — January 1982