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Did Jesus Study Egypt?

In Egypt Prophet – Messiah was staying in Zoan among the philosophers from there, the learned, mystics, in the house of Salome and Elihu, and among the priests of the sun from the temple of Heliopolis, where he studied ancient manuscripts and old books of mystery Akhenatena (Ichnaton) and Nefertiti (Nefretete) …

Q. How long does it take from Egypt to Canaan?

Eleven days versus 40 years. In Deut 1:2 it says, “It takes 11 days to go from Horeb to Kadesh Barnea by the Mount Seir Road.” At first glance most of us would say with a shrug, “so?

Q. How far is Egypt from Hebron?

249.

Q. How many years did Jesus stay in Egypt?

three years

Q. What happened to Jesus at the age of 12?

Jesus at the age of twelve accompanies Mary and Joseph, and a large group of their relatives and friends to Jerusalem on pilgrimage, “according to the custom” – that is, Passover. … The losing of Jesus is the third of the Seven Sorrows of Mary, and the Finding in the Temple is the fifth Joyful Mystery of the Rosary.

Q. Is there a Gnostic Bible?

The Gnostic Gospels: The 52 texts discovered in Nag Hammadi, Egypt include ‘secret’ gospels poems and myths attributing to Jesus sayings and beliefs which are very different from the New Testament. Scholar Elaine Pagels explores these documents and their implications.

Q. Why was Gospel of Thomas rejected?

The text’s authorship by Thomas the Apostle is rejected by modern scholars. Because of its discovery with the Nag Hammadi library, it was widely thought that the document originated within a school of early Christians, possibly proto-Gnostics.

Q. Are there modern day Gnostics?

Gnosticism in modern times includes a variety of contemporary religious movements, stemming from Gnostic ideas and systems from ancient Roman society. The Mandaeans are an ancient Gnostic sect still active in Iran and Iraq with small communities in other parts of the world. …

Q. What do modern Gnostics believe?

The Gnostics, in their reading of Scripture, acknowledged no such debt; for they believed that the Hebrew Bible was the written revelation of an inferior creator god (dêmiourgos), filled with lies intended to cloud the minds and judgment of the spiritual human beings (pneumatikoi) whom this Demiurge was intent on …

Q. How does Gnosticism differ from Christianity?

Gnostics were dualists and worshipped two (or more) gods; Christians were monists and worshipped one God. Gnostics focused on eradication of ignorance; Christian concern was the eradication of sin.

Q. Who started Gnosticism?

Henry More

Q. Who fought against Gnosticism?

Saint Irenaeus

Q. Is Gnosticism a pagan?

Gnosticism from its origins constituted a rival religion to both Judaism and Christianity. There were indeed Jewish Gnostics, and a bewildering array of Christian Gnostic sects, but there were also pagan Gnostics. Gnosticism was both a tendency within other religions, and an eclectic but authentic religion in itself.

Q. What do the Gnostic Gospels say about Jesus?

The God of the Old Testament, as described by the Gnostic Gospels, categorize him as evil and Judaism as totally lost. The Gnostics Gospels saw no connection between Jesus and the nation of Israel and the acts of God in the Old Testament.

Q. What is the meaning of Gnosis?

: esoteric knowledge of spiritual truth held by the ancient Gnostics to be essential to salvation.

Q. What is the immortal realm of barbelo?

The Holy Book of the Great Invisible Spirit refers to a divine emanation called ‘Mother’, who is also identified as the Barbēlō. The Gospel of Judas—Judas Iscariot says to Jesus that he knows that Jesus is from the immortal realm of Barbēlō. Marsanes—several places.

Q. Who is the 13th Demon?

daimōn

Q. Is Yahweh Demiurge?

In these forms of gnosticism, the God of the Old Testament, Yahweh, is often considered to have been the Demiurge, not the Monad, or sometimes different passages are interpreted as referring to each. Apocryphon of John, written c. 180, gives the following description: The Monad is a monarchy with nothing above it.

Q. Is Yahweh an angel?

The term malakh YHWH, which occurs 65 times in the text of the Hebrew Bible, can be translated either as “the angel of the Lord” or “an angel of the Lord”. The King James Version usually translates it as “the angel of the LORD”; less frequently as “an angel of the LORD”.

Q. Is Yahweh really God?

Yahweh in the Bible In the Bible, Yahweh is the one true God who creates the heavens and the earth and then chooses a certain people, the Israelites, as his own. Yahweh creates the world, and hangs the sun and the moon in the heavens, as the Book of Genesis opens.

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