Magazine
The New Gnosticism
November 1999

Gnosticism

By R. J. Rushdoony

One of the most common of ancient heresies was Gnosticism, which is still very much with us. Gnosticism held that salvation is from the material or physical world, from flesh, and it comes through knowledge.

The Church Gnostic

By P. Andrew Sandlin

Gnosticism was one of the earliest heresies of the church. It came in different forms and manifested itself in different strands.

Modern Psychology: The Visible Church Versus the Secret Church

By E. Michael Jones

In August of 1909, Sigmund Freud embarked upon a fateful journey. He along with his psychoanalytic heir apparent, Carl Gustav Jung, had been invited by G. Stanley Hall, the father of American psychology, to give a series of lectures at Clark University in Worcester, Massachusetts.

The Gnosticism of Modern Evangelicalism

By Colonel V. Doner

Gnosticism was birthed as a pseudo-Christian heresy in the mid-first century by Simon Magus, a Samaritan sorcerer ("magus" means magician) of astonishing ability (Ac. 8:4- 24).

By A. Bruce Dayman

The Scriptures teach that God, Who created all things and Who is infinitely personal, is simultaneously transcendent (Ps. 97:9; Is. 55:8-9) and immanent (Ps. 139:7-8; Gen. 1:26- 27).