The New Testament and Gnosis

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Alastair Logan, Alexander J. M. Wedderburn
A&C Black, Nov 11, 2004 - Religion - 272 pages
Important essays on Gnosis and Gnosticism. Contributors include Rudolph, Pagels, Grant, and Barrett.
 

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Contents

The Nag Hammadi Library and the Study of the
1
Gnosis and Gnosticism the Problems of Their
21
Some Reflections on the Greek Origins of Gnostic
38
Judaism Judaic Christianity and Gnosis
46
An Aramaic Etymology for Jaldabaoth?
69
The New Testament and the Concept of the Manichean
90
The Corpus Paulinum and Gnosis
107
Gnosis
138
Early Christians and Gnostics in GraecoRoman Society
176
The Christianization of Gnostic Texts
187
Three Thomas Parables
195
The Gospel of Philip and the New Testament
204
a Revision of
213
The Trimorphic Protennoia and the Fourth Gospel
229
Bibliography of Published Works 19521981
245
Copyright

a Survey of Second
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Rev. Dr Alastair H.B. Logan is Senior Lecturer in Theology, University of Exeter. Alexander J. M. Wedderburn is Professor of New Testament in the Evangelisch-Theologische Facultat, Ludwig-Maximilians-University, Munich.

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