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As Burton Mack, " Lord of the Logia: Savior or Sage?, " in Gospel Origins and Christian Beginnings: In Honor of James M. Robinson, ed. J. E. Goehring et a. Forum Fascicles 1 (Sonoma, CA: Polebridge, 1990), 3 –18, esp. 11, writes concerning the Gospel of Thomas: Jesus is a super-natural revealer whose appearance in the world brought enlightenment to his true disciples. Along with this emphasis on secret knowledge, Gnosticism is most often identified as dualistic, world denying, and/or body hating,2 a system in which souls are sparks of divinity trapped in the material world.
1 Mack, . ‘Lord of the Logia: Savior or Sage?’, in Goehring, .
In this article I begin with an outline of the connection between theological concepts related to the person of the Gnostic Christian Saviour and the ritual practice of Gnostic Christian groups. The work that Jesus performs in the world for the Gnostics is revelation, for the most part, rather than redemption in the sense in which mainstream Christianity identified his activity. 1 Mack, . et al. (eds), Gospel Origins and Christian Beginnings: In Honor of James M. Robinson (Sonoma, CA 1990) 3–18, esp. p.
Thus, the 1st Apocalpyse of James provides us with information on the James tradition and the Gnostic redemption myth in the second or third century. Some Contemporary Texts.
James M. Robinson, e. The Nag Hammadi Library in English (San Francisco, CA: HarperCollins 1990), pp. 260-268. Thus, the 1st Apocalpyse of James provides us with information on the James tradition and the Gnostic redemption myth in the second or third century. Bardesanes (180-220 .