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Mon, May 15 2006 - 09:41 PM

Some links - Gnostics & Stuff

Here are some fairly good links about Gnosticism and other early Christian forms that I pulled up while talking to someone online...


Early Christian Forms (mostly Belief.Net Articles):

Interview with Bart Ehrman about Lost Christianities--the belief systems that didn't cut it

Bart Ehrman on what Christianity would look like if Constantine had converted to a Gnostic sect

So Much to Choose From: A Tour of Vanished Christianities

Matthew, Mark, Luke, and Thomas? An interview with Dr. Elaine Pagels

Gnostic gospels are transforming Christianity, says scholar Elaine Pagels

Scholarly Smackdown: Did Paul Distort Christianity? With Elaine Pagels and Ben Witherington III

'Gnostic' Texts vs. the New Testament--Elaine Pagels and Ben Witherington III debate Gospel of Thomas Gnosticism

How Gnostic Jesus Became the Christ of Scholars - Philip Jenkins (Adapted from a paper presented at the CESNUR 2000 international conference, Latvia, August 2000)

The Gospel of Thomas from a Vedic point of view


Modern Neo-Gnostics:

Ecclesia Gnostica

The Gnosis Archive

Apostolic Johannite Church

North American College of Gnostic Bishops

Ecclesia Gnostica in Nova Albion: 10 Things Religious Pundits Need To Know About Gnosticism

The Thomasine Church


and some links on current English Bibles:

Rev. Ken Collins - Translations of the Bible Into English (with information about various translations and how they are used)

Rev. Ken Collins' entire biblical scholarship section is fairly good and he has a number of interesting articles

English Bible History

Religious Tolerance - The Four Most Common Ways Christian groups Interpret the Bible


Enjoy, if anyone cares.

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