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The word "Gnosticism" comes from the Greek word gnosis, which means " knowledge." Gnosticism rejects the doctrines of original sin, human depravity, and ...

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Gnosticism. In the late 1940s, the world of biblical scholarship was handed a stunning surprise. A trove of previously unknown papyrus manuscripts discovered ...

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Gnosticism comes from the Greek work gnosis, for knowledge. From the first century b.c. to the fifth century a.d., Gnostics believed in secret knowledge, whereas ...

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Nov 9, 2017 ... Gnosticism can be considered one amongst many forks in the early days of Christianity. Gnosticism's main principles emphasized and centered ...

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May 2, 2017 ... The Matrix is a modern re-telling of the ancient myth of Gnosticism, but without the transcendence.

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In the intervening decade, the stream of writings on Gnosticism, largely flowing from the discovery of the Nag Hammadi Coptic manuscripts in 1945, has ...

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Gnosticism definition: a religious movement characterized by a belief in gnosis , through which the spiritual... | Meaning, pronunciation, translations and ...

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Definition of Gnosticism - a prominent heretical movement of the 2nd-century Christian Church, partly of pre-Christian origin. Gnostic doctrine taught that t.

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The beginnings of gnosticism may be found in the fusion of religious beliefs and cultures that arose as a result of Persian power and the conquests of Alexander ...