5505Re: The Gnostic/Christian Question of Ro
- Jan 2, 2002Theologians have nearly concluded by definition
that Gnosticism derived from "gnosos"...the Greek word
for knowledgen the act of. In an act of will, by
initiation and witness: to claim a gnostic understanding
free's one of adherence to any specific denomination.
Lest one who have and obtained such a relationship
with the omnipotence be deemed heretic and face the
ramifications of established theopoliticians. The doctrines are
all valid for, as well as flawed, all. The lessons of
spiritual development are constantly learned, and the
teachers of these lessons are comprised of everything:
from the grain of sand and the star in space.
Historically we know not what "religion" Mr.Christ was
claiming...but we do know that his teachings upset a particular
market wich eventually lead to the administrative
lynching he received. The possibilty of a Gnostic church
existing is of caution...for multi-theosophy in opinion
would still rely on the particulars of
restrictions...and hierarchy. However as individuals I strongly
stress integrity as paramount, with an objectivity to
receive the constant near intangable information from
around and within our very beings.