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Gnosticism is a modern name for a variety of ancient religious ideas and systems, originating in ... The adjective is not used in the New Testament, but Clement of Alexandria speaks of the "learned" (gnostikos) Christian in complimentary terms.

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Gnosticism and the New Testament [Pheme Perkins] on Amazon.com. *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The gnostic writings found at Nag Hammadi have ...

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Scripture facts on Gnosticism. Bible encyclopedia for study of the Bible.

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GNOSTICISM AND THE NEW TESTAMENT*. BY. G. QUISPEL. When we consider the problem of Gnosticism and Christianity, we must take into account certain ...

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In this helpful survey Pheme Perkins addresses: The origins of Gnosticism The search for pre-Christian Gnosticism Gnosticism and Judaism Gnostic materials...

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Gnosticism and the New Testament is the connection between the Christian sects , described by Irenaeus (c.180) and other writers as gnostikos, and the New ...

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It is important for us to understand the Gnostics and their relationship to early Christianity because it will help us to better understand certain New Testament ...

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Many scholars have abandoned this Hellenistic reading of the New Testament. However, there are certain signs that interest of this Gnostic presupposition is on  ...

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Gnosticism and the New Testament 1. John W Drane. Gnosticism is a confusing subject. What was it? Was it a pre-Christian religion or a post-Christian heresy?