gnostic

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Englisch - Türkisch
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(Felsefe) agnostisizm
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gnostik

Antik dönem Gnostikleri maddesel dünyanın içkin olarak kötücül olduğuna inanıyorlardı. - The ancient Gnostics believed that this material world was innately malevolent.

(sıfat) ruhani bilgiye ait
{s} ruhani bilgiye ait
gnostic sensibility
(Tıp) diskriminatif sistem
gnostics
Gnostikler
Englisch - Englisch
A believer in Gnosticism
Of, or relating to Gnosticism
Of, or relating to, intellectual or spiritual knowledge
of or relating to Gnosticism; "Gnostic writings"
of knowledge or recognition
{s} pertaining to knowledge; pertaining to an understanding of spiritual things
possessing intellectual or esoteric knowledge of spiritual things
Their system combined Oriental theology and Greek philosophy with the doctrines of Christianity
Knowing; wise; shrewd
Of or pertaining to Gnosticism or its adherents; as, the Gnostic heresy
someone who claimed to have special knowledge, particularly of a religious nature, such as passwords for getting into the heavens or for controlling angels
A person whose worldview embraces Gnosticism [CE], the thought and practice of various cults of late pre-Christian and early Christian centuries distinguished by the conviction that matter is evil and that emancipation comes through gnosis [passing down of knowledge, perhaps secret knowledge] The word gnostic derives from the Greek gnostikos, meaning "of knowledge " See the Ontario Consultants for Religious Tolerance website for a good overview of Gnosticism with additional links The Gnostic Library Archives is a good source for gnostic scripture and documents
They held that all natures, intelligible, intellectual, and material, are derived from the Deity by successive emanations, which they called Eons
an advocate of gnosticism possessing intellectual or esoteric knowledge of spiritual things of or relating to Gnosticism; "Gnostic writings
an advocate of gnosticism
One of the so-called philosophers in the first ages of Christianity, who claimed a true philosophical interpretation of the Christian religion
Gnostic Gospels
ancient writings which some people believe were once been part of the bible, and were taken out by early priests who disagreed with their messages
gnostics
{n} heretics who corrupted christianity by eastern philosophy, and the doctrin of icons emanating from GOD
Gnostics
plural of Gnostic
gnostic

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    gnos·tic

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    Etymologie

    [ 'näs-tik ] (noun.) circa 1587. From Ancient Greek γνωστικός (gnōstikos, “relating to knowledge”), from γνωστός (gnōstos, “known”), from γιγνώσκω (gignōskō, “I know”).

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