Sep 18, 2022
In this bonus episode, Gil Kidron of a Podcast of Biblical Proportions and I finish our discussion of biblical chronology.
Sep 4, 2022
Unlike the Sethian Gnostics, the Valentinian Gnostics are clearly rooted in Christianity. They were founded by Valentinus, an Egyptian who may have stood for the bishopric of Rome. Valentinus founded a popular crusade that borrowed from the Sethians and the apostle Paul. The movement produced a copious literature:...
Aug 14, 2022
Until the late 19th century, the Gnostic works were known only from their opponents, who regarded them as aberrant and vile Christians. Discoveries since then have uncovered a wealth of Gnostic literature. The Gnostics are now usually divided into two groups: Sethians and Valentinians. The Sethians are the older....
Jul 31, 2022
In this bonus episode, Gil Kidron of a Podcast of Biblical Proportions and I wade into biblical chronology.
Jul 17, 2022
In the second century, there were three groups of Jewish-leaning
Jesus clubs: the Johhanines, the Nazoreans, and the Ebionities.
These had either vanished or been absorbed into gentile Christanity
by the year 200.
While that was happening, the Christian movement came to the attention of the imperial authorities. Writing...