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be regarded as failures, and the Christianity of the Church is the result of the spiritual fermentation of Gnosticism. Christianity offers an answer to the questions of ...

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The most important “heresies” that the early Church faced, were a collection of sects now labelled “Gnosticism.” It was less common in the western half of the ...

www.copticchurch.net/topics/patrology/schoolofalex/I-Intro/chapter4.html

The study of Gnosticism entered a new phase, however, with the discovery of a large collection of Coptic Gnostic documents found at Nag-Hammadi ...

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Mar 30, 2017 ... “You are holding in your hands a Gnostic gem, a book that contains the rich wisdom of thirteen world-renowned scholars who study Gnosticism ...

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Gnosticism vs Christianity. God doesn't change. Nor does human nature. People today, as in Old Testament times, tend to imagine a God of their own liking ...

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In Cosmology and Fate in Gnosticism and Graeco-Roman Antiquity, Nicola Denzey Lewis dismisses Hans Jonas' mischaracterization of second-century ...

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The study of Gnosticism and Nag Hammadi has certainly not been exempt from this flurry of attention. Renewed attention to martyrdom has countered the ...

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Answer: Gnosticism flourished in the second and third centuries AD, in the world of the New Testament. There were many treatises written by the early church ...

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