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13069RE: [Gnosticism2] Re: Classifications among the Valentinians

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  • Lisa
    Jun 28, 2007
      Hi everyone,
      I've been a member here for a little while but not sure I've ever posted.
      Sorry if this is way off topic but it seems to apply to this conversation :)
      If anyone (Mark ?) has an opinion about Interfaith Seminary schools (for
      example: http://newseminary.org/ ) and ordination as an Interfaith Minister
      I would love to read it.


      From: Mark
      Sent: Thursday, June 28, 2007 9:33 PM
      To: gnosticism2@yahoogroups.com
      Subject: [Gnosticism2] Re: Classifications among the Valentinians
      Concerning this pastor and his actions: as the hospital staff chaplain
      I would ask him to leave and not come back and call security if needed
      (as I have done before if I find a pastor visiting people who are not
      of their faith tradition and invited). This kind of "pastoral care" is
      inappropriate in a multi-cultural, multi-faith setting such as most
      healthcare institutions today. Board certified chaplains today are
      trained to work with a variety of faiths or no faith in the provision
      of spiritual care. You may read an article I wrote on this topic at

      I generally find my work more satisfying the less traditional a
      person's spiritual path is. I am a seeker who has found a path that
      feeds my soul and enjoy traveling with others on other paths that feed
      them. Within Valentinus and Sethian traditions I have found much that
      speaks to me and that is currently informing my path.

      I will check out your link on angels. Thanks!

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