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Nag Hammadi, gnosticism & early Christianity / contributors, Harold W. Attridge ... [and others] ; edited by Charles W. Hedrick and Robert Hodgson, Jr. [print]

Contributor(s): Attridge, Harold W | Hedrick, Charles W | Hodgson, Robert, 1943- | Working Seminar on Gnosticism and Early Christianity (1983 : Springfield, Mo.)Material type: TextTextPublication details: Peabody, Massachusetts : Hendrickson Publishers, [(c)1986. Description: xliv, 332 pages, [8. pages of plates : illustrations ; 23 cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 0913573167; 9780913573167Subject(s): Nag Hammadi codices -- Congresses | Gnostic literature -- Relation to the New Testament -- Congresses | Gnosticism -- Congresses | Christianity -- Origin -- Congresses | Christianity and other religions -- Roman -- Congresses | Church history -- Primitive and early church, ca. 30-600 -- Congresses | Rome -- Religion -- CongressesLOC classification: BT1391.N344 1986BT1391.H691.N344 1986COPYRIGHT NOT covered - Click this link to request copyright permission:
Contents:
The problem of "Jewish Gnostic" literature Birger A. Pearson The riddle of the thunder (New HampshireC Virgin Islands, 2) : the function of paradox in a gnostic text from Nag Hammadi Bentley Layton Sethian gnosticism : a literary history John D. Turner Gnosticism and the church of John's Gospel George W. MacRae Gnostic sayings and controversy traditions in John 8:12-59 Helmut Koester The function and background of the beloved disciple in the Gospel of John Hans-Martin Schenke On bridging the gulf from Q to the Gospel of Thomas (or vice versa) / James M. Robinson The use of early Christian literature as evidence for inner diversity and conflict Frederik Wisse Gnostic and orthodox disciples in the second and third centuries Douglas M. Parrott Ordering the cosmos : Irenaeus and the gnostics Pheme Perkins The gospel of truth as an exoteric text Harold W. Attridge Exegesis and exposition of the Genesis creation accounts in selected texts from Nag Hammadi Elaine H. Pagels With Walter Bauer on the Tigris : Encratite orthodoxy and Libertine heresy in Syro-Mesopotamian Christianity Stephen Gero.
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Non-fiction BT1391.N35 1986 (Browse shelf(Opens below)) Available 31923001617543

Cover subtitle: Fourteen leading scholars discuss the current issues in Gnostic studies.

Papers circulated and discussed at the Working Seminar on Gnosticism and Early Christianity, held in Springfield, Missouri, from Mar. 30 to Apr. 2, 1983.

The problem of "Jewish Gnostic" literature Birger A. Pearson The riddle of the thunder (New HampshireC Virgin Islands, 2) : the function of paradox in a gnostic text from Nag Hammadi Bentley Layton Sethian gnosticism : a literary history John D. Turner Gnosticism and the church of John's Gospel George W. MacRae Gnostic sayings and controversy traditions in John 8:12-59 Helmut Koester The function and background of the beloved disciple in the Gospel of John Hans-Martin Schenke On bridging the gulf from Q to the Gospel of Thomas (or vice versa) / James M. Robinson The use of early Christian literature as evidence for inner diversity and conflict Frederik Wisse Gnostic and orthodox disciples in the second and third centuries Douglas M. Parrott Ordering the cosmos : Irenaeus and the gnostics Pheme Perkins The gospel of truth as an exoteric text Harold W. Attridge Exegesis and exposition of the Genesis creation accounts in selected texts from Nag Hammadi Elaine H. Pagels With Walter Bauer on the Tigris : Encratite orthodoxy and Libertine heresy in Syro-Mesopotamian Christianity Stephen Gero.

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