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Gnosticism is a modern name for a variety of ancient religious ideas .... Many heads of gnostic schools were identified as Jewish Christians by Church Fathers, and Hebrew words and names of God were ...

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Jun 28, 2016 ... Catholic Exchange, Brian Kranick: How common is it to hear someone say, “I'm spiritual, not religious.” A very Gnostic-esque statement.

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In this article Christian History Institute seeks to show who the Gnostics were, .... head and inventing stories that would discredit God the Father, Son and Holy ...

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Mar 3, 2015 ... Some Church Fathers maintain that Gnosticism has its roots in Simon ... The Gnostics teach that Christ is a heavenly messenger who has come ...

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As such it was a threat to the “proto-orthodox” or literalist Christians, and they ... A source for knowledge of Gnosticism, aside from the Church Fathers, was found ...

www.christianitytoday.com/history/people/evangelistsandapologists/clement-of-alexandria.html

One early form of New Age type thinking was Gnosticism, which flourished in the ... He was born Titus Flavius Clemens, most likely to pagan parents in Athens.

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Jun 1, 2015 ... Though the Gnosticism which concerns us incorporated elements of Christianity, not all Gnosticism was “Christian”; in fact, it predated ...

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Feb 7, 2018 ... IF YOU BELIEVE THAT THE FOUNDING FATHERS WERE PATRISTIC CHRISTIANS. YOU HAVE BEEN DUPED, BAMBOOZLED AND LED TO ...

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Gnostics, Gnostic, & Gnosticism: Includes the gnostic gospels and ... of what we know about them is from the polemic thrown at them by the early Church Fathers.