At 12:00 PM 6/26/2005, Jeffrey B. Gibson wrote:
>With apologies for cross posting.
>What, if anything, are good **online** discussions not only of
>Gnosticism, but especially its role in forcing the proto orthodox to
>define the NT canon?
Well, surely Stevan Davies' Gospel of Thomas Homepage, specifically
>A Discussion of
the Gospel of Thomas and Gnosticism
Literally, a discussion featuring Bill Arnal
>An Essay on
Gnostic Idealism and the Gospel of Truth
There's probably more, but the site seems disorganized and is difficult to
Do you already have these?
REVIEW OF THE CANON OF THE NEW TESTMANT: ITS ORIGIN, DEVELOPMENT AND
SIGNIFICANCE (BRUCE M. METZGER)
which includes some
comments on Marcion;
The Development of the Canon of the New Testament
Marcion and the Marcionites (144 - 3rd century CE)
New Testament Books Treated as Traditional Scripture by Early Writers
And of course the old Catholic Encyclopedia's Canon of the New Testament
including comments on Marcion
THE FOREIGN GOD AND THE SUDDEN CHRIST: THEOLOGY AND CHRISTOLOGY IN
MARCION'S GOSPEL REDACTION, by Peter M. Head (1993)
The Criteria Used for Developing the New Testament Canon
in the First Four Centuries of the Christian Church, By Corey Keating (2000)
The Formation of the New Testament Canon, by Daniel Glynn (rev. ed. 2002)
Marcion: Portrait of a Heretic, by Robert I Bradshaw (1998)
But I don't know whether I'm hitting your target or not.
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