Re: [Gnosticism] Metaphorical language
- Thanks for the invitation to your gnostic Sikh web sites Rajinder.
And for all new visitors here, if you want to meet
non-denominational Gnostics on a regular basis (likewise
living), you can become a member of this club.
--- In gnosticism2@y..., "rajinder.nijjhar" <rajinder.nijjhar@n...>
> If you want to meet a living gnostic, then visit my web sites:-Christians, of Living
> Ch. Rajinder Nijjhar, M.Sc.
> A Jatt of the United Greater Panjab,
> Mussallmaan of Pir Nanak Shah,
> Gnostics are the living christs (satgurus) and NOT
> Allah (Spirit),Book.
> This Dark Age is the Age of Al-Islaam of heart and NOT of any
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> ----- Original Message -----
> From: lady_caritas
> To: gnosticism2@y...
> Sent: Monday, April 22, 2002 9:44 PM
> Subject: [Gnosticism] Metaphorical language
> Say, Will, not to confuse you any more, but . . .just for fun,
> we both are not adverse to a transferred language ofmetaphor, I
> invite you and any other members who wish to join in, to readthrough
> _The Gospel of Thomas_ to see if you find any metaphoricallanguage
> that makes sense to you. (This is not a requirement BTW,just an
> invitation to get a feel for a bit of metaphorical language usedin
> the environs around here. LOL)can
> For those who do not have a copy of the text, an online version
> be found here ~Service.
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