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Gnosticism is a modern name for a variety of ancient religious ideas and systems, originating in ..... Orthodox theologians often attempt to define God through a series of explicit positive statements: he is omniscient, omnipotent, and truly ...

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Literally, "one who knows." Every religion has its gnostics, but Gnostic with a capital G almost always refers to Christian Gnostics. Beliefs vary widely, but ...

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How does modern Gnosticism compare with first century Gnosticism? ... Answer: The definition of the word Gnostic is about as easy to nail down as a flopping ...

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Gnosticism definition is - the thought and practice especially of various cults of late pre-Christian and early Christian centuries distinguished by the conviction ...

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I. General Definition. On the general definition of Gnosticism a few authorities may be cited. "Gnosticism," says Dr. Gwatkin, "may be provisionally described as a ...

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What is the definition of Gnosticism? When did it start? How did it affect the early New Testament church?

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Gnostic definition, pertaining to knowledge. See more.

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Consensus on a definition of gnosticism has proved difficult. The groups conventionally classified as gnostic did not constitute a single movement with relatively ...

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However unsatisfactory this definition may be, the obscurity, multiplicity, and wild confusion of Gnostic systems will hardly allow of another. Many scholars ...