- Jun 4, 2002You're welcome, Rob.
Actually, your mention of "primary" sources reminded me that it might
be a good idea to mention a few sources for Gnostic scripture for any
newcomers to Gnosticism who might be interested. I already
referenced the book, _The Gnostic Scriptures_ by Bentley Layton.
This book contains selected, important Gnostic scriptures in addition
to informative introductions and annotations. James Robinson's _The
Nag Hammadi Library_ offers a complete edition of the ancient codices
discovered in Egypt in 1945.
Also, an extensive collection of primary documents related to
Gnosticism, including the Nag Hammadi Library, can be found online ~
http://gnosis.org/library.html . We are especially grateful to one
of our members, Terje, for collecting material for this library. :-)
(The link for the homepage of the Gnostic Archive is ~
http://gnosis.org/ ~ where one can find much resource material in the
way of articles, book suggestions, audio lectures, and an index of
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