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Rethinking Gnostic Intellectuals? Categories as Weapons and History as Construct

By Philip L. Tite A few weeks ago, Larry Hurtado posted on the question as to whether the ancient Gnostics were or were not intellectuals. Hurtado claimed that they were not, that what the Gnostics wrote was not intelligent discourse, … Continue reading

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Stories About a Married Jesus

By Ian Brown For those of you not glued to your computers, anxiously awaiting the next startling development in the saga of the Gospel of Jesus’ Wife, aka, GosJesWife, allow me to bring you up to speed. On September 18, … Continue reading

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