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by Sean Martin

Author: Sean Martin
Subcategory: World
Language: English
Publisher: Oldcastle Books; 1st ed. edition (September 28, 2007)
Pages: 160 pages
Category: History
Rating: 4.4
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Gnosticism is the name given to various religious schools that proliferated in the first centuries after Christ, nearly becoming the dominant form of Christianity, but eventually branded as heretical by the emerging Christian church.

Gnosticism is the name given to various religious schools that proliferated in the first centuries after Christ, nearly becoming the dominant form of Christianity, but eventually branded as heretical by the emerging Christian church. The long and diverse history of Gnosticism is recounted here, as well as reasons for its continued relevance today

Sean Martin's books for Pocket Essentials include Alchemy and Alchemists, Andrei Tarkovsky, The Cathars, The Gnostics, and The Knights Templar. This well written book does not improve my knowledge of Gnosticism.

Sean Martin's books for Pocket Essentials include Alchemy and Alchemists, Andrei Tarkovsky, The Cathars, The Gnostics, and The Knights Templar. Series: Pocket Essential series. The writer more or less negates, without much reason, other than apparent bias, the logic of Judaism, Moslems and Christians. And then broaches many, many ideas, that do give the reader perspectives of gnosticism, but, in sheer extent, factor out a clear picture of what gnosticism is. All that I could concretely gather, from the book, was that Gnosticism is about feeling good.

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Gnosticism is the name given to various religious schools that proliferated in the first centuries after Christ, nearly becoming the dominant form of Christianity, but eventually branded as heretical by the emerging Christian church. The long and diverse history of Gnosticism is recounted here, as well as reasons for its continued relevance today. Although some Gnostic beliefs are close to mainstream Christianity, others examined here include that the world is imperfect because it was created by an evil god who was constantly at war with the true, good God; that Christ and Satan were brothers; that reincarnation exists; and that women are the equal of men. Also covered is the influence Gnostics had on the Renaissance, the Enlightenment, the psychologist Carl Jung, the Existentialists, the New Age movement, and writers as diverse as William Blake, W. B. Yeats, Albert Camus, and Philip K. Dick.