Re: [GTh] GTh 37
- View SourceIn a message dated 04/28/2004 12:12:22 AM, tom@... writes:
> "Now the vital force, in which is comprehended the power of nutrition andJohn Observes,
> growth, and generally of motion, is assigned to the carnal spirit, which has
> great susceptibility of motion, and passes in all directions through the
> senses and the rest of the body, and through the body is the primary subject of
> sensations. But the power of choice, in which investigation, and study, and
> knowledge, reside, belongs to the ruling faculty. But all the faculties are
> placed in relation to one -- the ruling faculty: it is through that man lives,
> and lives in a certain way." (Clement, Sromata, Bk 6)
To if you are to apply this to Gospel of Thomas,( Motion and rest).
This would make Thomas decidedly Anti-gnostic.
Have you ever considered that?
SPRINGFIELD, TN 37172
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