Re: Anthropomorphic mistakes
- --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Mike Leavitt <ac998@l...> wrote:
> Hello lady_caritasAh, you are very kind, Mike, but you give me too much credit. Dr.
> On 05-Nov-03, you wrote:
> > This could also be a point of contention. Any thoughts here?
> > Cari
> None other than to say that you have summed up my good Bishop's
> position on Jung and Gnosis better than I could have.
> Mike Leavitt ac998@l...
Hoeller eloquently speaks for himself. I merely slapped together a
few of his quotes. ;-)
> Interesting to hear it put that way - I haven't read Bauer (yet), soAs far as I can see, Walter Bauer is considered somewhat of a pioneer
> Gnostic Gospels felt like an historian exploring new ground. Based
> on her bibliography and notes, I at least had a sense that Pagels was
> leaning on Bauer.
in the investigative genre of "Early Christian" scholarship - especially
with the Comittee to which Pagels belonged (the Coptic Gnostic Library
Comittee of scholars).
Anyways, I was just butting in to inform the readers of this list
that they can make their own mind up, without much trouble and without
parting with money - Bauer`s chief work is online
Walter Bauer: Orthodoxy and Heresy in Earliest Christianity
Terje Dahl Bergersen
Deacon,Ecclesia Gnostica Norvegia