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  • Hey Regeneratia Just a quick note, Lady Cari has decided to no longer administrate this group and has unsubbed to follow other interests. PMCV --- In gnosticism2@^$1, regeneratia wrote: > > nice to see you here, Cari (M). > In the old days, we discussed with Old bear on a different board. Do you remember that? > > --- In gnosticism2@^$2, lady_caritas wrote: > > > > Hello, Brian. D...
    pmcvflag Aug 8, 2010
  • nice to see you here, Cari (M). In the old days, we discussed with Old bear on a different board. Do you remember that? --- In gnosticism2@^$1, lady_caritas wrote: > > Hello, Brian. D. Tackett offered various points that could provide fodder for discussion. Unfortunately, D. left the group recently (before you posted), and so any opportunity for direct discussion with D. right now...
    regeneratia Aug 1, 2010
  • Hello, Brian. D. Tackett offered various points that could provide fodder for discussion. Unfortunately, D. left the group recently (before you posted), and so any opportunity for direct discussion with D. right now on this list is not possible. Cari --- In gnosticism2@^$1, "brian" wrote: > > hello d. tackett, is that your first time reading the bible? > > --- In gnosticism2@^$2...
    lady_caritas Apr 20, 2010
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  • Hi, Des. I'm not sure if you're actually interested in a historical Jesus or whether you're just tracing the character in stories. It seems that much of mainstream Christian scholarship spends a lot of time and energy on a historical Jesus when historicity of Jesus is not a certainty, especially as portrayed in various gospels. There are no reliable controls outside gospel accounts...
    lady_caritas Apr 14, 2010
  • D. and Ank, thank you for sharing your fascinating backgrounds and thoughts. Of course, in this group, we focus on relating our discussions specifically to the ancient Gnostics. From what we know about the ancient Sethians or Valentinians, for instance, how do you think they would have viewed a concept expressed here about "universal gnosticism"? Cari --- In gnosticism2@^$1, Ank...
    lady_caritas Apr 12, 2010
  • --- In gnosticism2@^$1, "cardboard" wrote: > > Of course I visit so many pages a day it is hard to track my history. > In order to better understand things I sort of "take out the adjectives" > in order to break down a phrase into its most simple terms. > I believe what I wrote came from here: > > http://www.wisdomworld.org/additional/christianity/ChristosSophiaAchamot > h.html...
    lady_caritas Apr 9, 2010
  • --- In gnosticism2@^$1, lady_caritas wrote: > > Hello, Sandy. Welcome. > > It would be helpful for others to comment and follow along if you could identify the source of the myth you summarize and provide references. > > Do you have any ideas to share about what you read? > > Cari > > --- In gnosticism2@^$2, "unabled" cardboard@wrote: > > > > Ilda-Baoth set himself to create a...
    tburns2012 Apr 7, 2010
  • Hello, Sandy. Welcome. It would be helpful for others to comment and follow along if you could identify the source of the myth you summarize and provide references. Do you have any ideas to share about what you read? Cari --- In gnosticism2@^$1, "unabled" wrote: > > Ilda-Baoth set himself to create a world of his own. Aided by his sons, he fabricated man, but this one proved a...
    lady_caritas Apr 7, 2010
  • --- In gnosticism2@^$1, "bill" wrote: > > Has anyone taken a look at Erhmans latest works ? I cant grasp what the guys motives are at this point he seems to be athiest or gnositc maybe. I usually see Bart Ehrman described as an agnostic: http://edition.cnn.com/2009/LIVING/05/15/bible.critic/index.html Cari
    lady_caritas Feb 10, 2010
  • --- In gnosticism2@^$1, "D. Tackett" wrote: > > The troubles facing the Mandeans have been horrible. The Mandeans have established a church here in the Detroit area that is as strong as the Mandean nation itself. Never count them out. They have survived more than most would ever imagine. They are actually a sect of the ancient Nazareans. > Hello, D. I haven't had a chance yet to...
    lady_caritas Dec 26, 2009