Gnosticism

Gnosticism

Gnosticism introduced that a duality exists between light and dark, right and wrong and also in every creature that appears to be less sentient lower beings but is not true. Today we know both is an illusion but in this century it is again explained by some thinkers like Eastern religions like Hinduism, Taoism, Buddhism etc. We are also exposed to the nature of God (Hinduism) and that is because “God” is not there at all. And it seems that Jesus, Buddha, Krishna, Gautama all went through these changes in their perception of God. They gave up an omnipotent entity and belief in an afterlife and accepted the role of a creator at a lower level. This is also mentioned in these writings, which is why it is now being discussed. Agni Purana This is one of the oldest scriptures and was written by Sage Valmiki. It speaks of God known as Agni doing various things as he went on.

  1. Theory
  2. History

Theory

The name “Gnosis” comes from gi┼Źnis (an uncommon Greek word) but it has been used appropriately since early Gnostic writings such as Hermeneutics gained prominence… It describes ultimate reality and why we do not experience absolute nothingness as it does Plato described. It underscores that each and every thing means something different.” Future-Proof Online Gnosticism: The Gospel According to Gnosis – Introduction”The Gnostic texts are the ultimate source of all knowledge and experience. They introduce us to the mystery of Christ and help us to understand God, the Divine Ground, by revealing His nature as Light – which is One with all three dimensions.” – Mark Seifman (The Gnostic Source) See also: – The Gospel According to Gnosis – Introduction and Overview”Gnosticism is a relatively late religion with roots in the first centuries of Christianity. It was probably not even known in the eastern Mediterranean before the beginning of the Christian era.

History

The Gnostic Gospels are viewed as three separate works, each containing its own unique narrative, commonly referred to as the Gospel of Jude. As these texts were written at different times and under different circumstances, they can be considered as three distinct literary works. The Gnostic Gospels were written between the 3rd century B.C. and the 2nd century AD by a number of authors. They are believed to have been passed down from generation to generation as sacred texts. According to popular belief, the Gnostic Jesus was not a historical person, but merely an occult Grand Master named Sophia. The Gnostic Bible was made in the image of the physical books from which its contents were derived, according to an obscure sect called the Ophites, who believed that Jesus had no real body and was only a spiritual being, he did not die on the cross.

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