10970Re: [Gnosticism2] Re: Pursuit of gnosis (GNOSIS and Salvation)
- Apr 12, 2005From SerenityI hear that the Valintinian tradition is quite popular these days but the
Sophian tradition is on the rise.................What is the difference between the Valentinian tradition and the Sophian tradition. I believe Sophia plays a big role in the school of Valentinius?Nick----- Original Message -----From: SerenitySent: Tuesday, April 12, 2005 1:44 PMSubject: [Gnosticism2] Re: Pursuit of gnosis (GNOSIS and Salvation)
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> However, there are not many places on the net where you can get as
> much accurate info concerning historical Gnosticism as you can here.
> If you find that subject interesting, then this is the place to
> discuss it for sure.
I have spent the past few months researching Gnosticism and have found
that there are as many variations on the idea of Gnosis as there are
about Christ in Christianity decended from the Roman tradition. I hear
that the Valintinian tradition is quite popular these days but the
Sophian tradition is on the rise. What sort of label to you put on
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