“True” Gnostic Christianity is an objective body of knowledge that Jesus taught. It is not a mystery religion or heretical cult. Gnostic Christianity teaches a non-judgemental “process” of reasoning. This new process, is justified by a natural principle that Jesus revealed and contemporary physics demonstrates is a scientific fact. Combining non- judgemental reasoning with the current judgemental process, expands our consciousness of reality. In this enlightened consciousness we are personally empowered to resolve all problems and as Paul said “live the good life as from the beginning He [God] had meant us to live it.” (Eph 2:10)

Evidence that Jesus taught a process of reasoning that could expand consciousness surfaces in Jn 8:31-32 jbv, where he says, “If you make my word your home… you will learn the truth and the truth will set you free [word or will of God is the English translation of the Greek term logos, which refers to the logic or reasoning of God].” And in Rm 12:2 (rsv) Paul said “do not be conformed to this world but be transformed by the renewal of your mind…”

The Gnosis, or reasoning process, that Gnostic Christianity introduces, does not contradict Jesus’ spiritually-centered public teachings. It documents what scholars refer to as Jesus’ oral or logos/logic tradition, which he taught in private (Mk 4:33-34). These teachings elevate our reasoning mind to that of the will/reasoning of God. In this renewed mind, our reasoning supports spiritual values. This is the truth that can set us free. For when mind and spirit seek the same ends (syzygy) doing “on earth as it is in heaven” will no longer be an idealistic goal, it will be a practical reality. (Matt 6:10)

8 Responses to Introduction

  1. Judith Cook says:

    I have been searching all my life for the TRUE religion. One that does not judge. One that believes in peace and harmony and spiritual growth. I hope that Gnostic Christianity will help me find what I have been searching for. I am a Christian and believe in God and Jesus. I also believe that Jesus tried to teach us to forgive and to love our friends throughout the world. I hope I have found what I have been seeking for, for so long. I am 62 years of age and live in the United Kingdom.

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  3. pseudocide blonde says:

    I have been looking for a well-versed teacher in these things, I hope I have found it here. I’ve been on a lifelong search for the Christianity that goes beyond what is taught in mainstream churches, one that goes beyond convention. Hopefully, i will have found it here. Thanks for your time and effort with this blog.

  4. Seshadri Sesha Bhattar says:

    I was born Hindu, but from childlood had love towards Jesus Christ apart from learning good things from Hindusim.
    I feel we all should know that world can learn great knowledge to live properly if we know true teachings of
    Lord Christ. Let World imbibe his compassion and message of love and forgiveness . Amen

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