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But similar myths abound in Gnostic systems, and therefore fables may represent both elements of the heterodox teaching.

The allusion is polemical to the vaunted progress of the Gnostic teachers.

The Gnostic recast Lipsius dates about the middle of the 3rd century.

He thus becomes the true Gnostic, but he can become the true Gnostic only by contemplation and by the practice of what is right.

For the men who were thus enamoured of indefiniteness, of shifting sentiments and flexible creeds, were Gnostic heretics.

We may perhaps infer that he knew of them only from hearsay, for he simply enumerates them along with the numerous Gnostic sects.

He was a great scholar, and had become acquainted with Gnostic and Manichaean doctrines.

Mr. Browning in this poem merely uses the names, and makes no reference to the Talmudic or Gnostic legends connected with them.

Irenæus and Tertullian scoffed at the Gnostic terminology in the most bitter way.

Eternal life, not eternal knowledge, as the Alexandrian gnostic said.

Tragic Sense Of LifeMiguel de Unamuno
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