6 edition of Some Rough Outlines Of The Background Of The Gnosis found in the catalog.
December 8, 2005
by Kessinger Publishing, LLC
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||100|
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SOME ROUGH OUTLINES OF THE BACKGROUND OF THE GNOSIS PRELIMINARY CONSIDERATIONS. THE familiar story of the origins of Christianity which we have all drunk in as it were with our The Greatest Story in the World. mothers’ milk, may be said to be almost a part of the consciousness of the Western world.
The rough outlines of the background of the Gnosis which we have endeavoured to sketch, are of necessity of the vaguest, for each of the many.
subjects touched upon is deserving of a volume or several volumes. Our intention has only been to give some general idea of the manifold lines along which its complicated heredity has to be traced. Fragments of a Faith Forgotten by G.R.S. Mead  Therefore this book and The Gnostics and Their Remains are the only two major books in English on this subject currently in the public domain.
Some Rough Outlines of the Background of the Gnosis Preliminary Considerations Greece Egypt Philo on the Contemplative Life. Book Description: "This is one of the best books about the Gnostics written prior to the Nag Hammadi discoveries.
G.R.S. Mead, who also translated the Pistis Sophia, summarizes what was known about the Gnostics at the turn of the 20th century/5(7). Contents: Prolegomena; Some Rough Outlines of the Background of the Gnosis; General And Gnostic Christianity; The Gnosis According to Its Foes; Some Gnostic Fragments Recovered from the Polemical Writings of the Church Fathers; Some Traces of the Gnosis in the Uncanonical Acts; The Gnosis According to Its Friends; Bibliographies.
beautiful things, and I, for my part, have learned through them to sense the work of the Great Master in a totally new light." Contents: Prolegomena; Some Rough Outlines of the Background of the Gnosis; General And Gnostic Christianity; The Gnosis According to Its Foes; Some Gnostic Fragments Recovered from the Polemical Writings of the Church Fathers; Some Traces of the.
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Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders/5(6). SOME ROUGH OUTLINES OF THE BACKGROUND OF THE GNOSIS PRELIMINARY CONSIDERATIONS The Greatest Story in the World 29 The Need of a Background 30 The Main Means to a Recovery of the Outlines 30 The Gnostic Schools 32 Where to look for their Origins 32 The Nature of the Field to be Surveyed 33 The Soil of the Field 34 Three Mother.
Contents: Prolegomena; Some Rough Outlines of the Background of the Gnosis; General And Gnostic Christianity; The Gnosis According to Its Foes; Some Gnostic Fragments Recovered from the Polemical Writings of the Church Fathers; Some Traces of the Gnosis in the Uncanonical Acts; The Gnosis According to Its Friends; : Appspublisher.
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In some ways the background against which things must be understood has changed, so that today we must perhaps explain more about the nature and. dus book; also Gathercole, The Preexistent Son, pp.
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This gnosis, apparently derived from the Gospels and Epistles, but better balanced than the rough outlines of doctrine to be found in the canonical writings, was plainly conceived and formulated to counter the gnosis of Marcion.Jesus (c. 4 BC – c. AD 30 / 33), also referred to as Jesus of Nazareth or Jesus Christ, was a first-century Jewish preacher and religious leader.
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