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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gnosticism

Gnosticism is a modern name for a variety of ancient religious ideas and systems, originating in ...... In the 1880s Gnosticism was placed within Greek philosophy, especially neo-Platonism. Adolf von Harnack (1851–1930), who belonged to the  ...

gnosis.org/gnintro.htm

Summary of the Gnostic worldview and Gnostic understanding of Cosmos, Diety, ... not lend itself to the language of theology or philosophy, but which is instead ...

www.iep.utm.edu/gnostic

Gnosticism. Gnosticism (after gnôsis, the Greek word for "knowledge" or "insight") is the name given to a loosely organized religious and philosophical ...

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An extensive examination of the history of gnosticism and how its philosophy has influenced the Western esoteric tradition • Explains how the Gnostic ...

www.gotquestions.org/Christian-gnosticism.html

Gnosticism was perhaps the most dangerous heresy that threatened the early church during the first three centuries. Influenced by such philosophers as Plato,  ...

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Gnosticism is a heresy which is made up of a diverse set of beliefs. ... (The Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy); Pre-Christian Gnosticism, the New Testament ...

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The relation of Plotinus's philosophy to Gnosticism was brought out by C. Schmidt in 1901. That Alexandrian thought had some share at least in the development ...

en.wikiquote.org/wiki/Gnosticism

GNOSTICS, n. A sect of philosophers who tried to engineer a fusion between the early Christians and the Platonists. The former would not go into the caucus ...

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Gnosticism, any of various related philosophical and religious movements prominent in the Greco-Roman world in the early Christian era, particularly the 2nd ...