9 edition of The secret revelation to John found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Other titles||Apocryphon of John. English.|
|Statement||Karen L. King.|
|LC Classifications||BT1392.A752 K56 2006|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2005050359|
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It has always seemed to me that the Secret Book of John evolved to be more difficult to read than it originally was. The Secret Book of John is a complex developmental mythology that has been made more complicated because, over the years, versions of it have been “improved” by several levels of scribal alteration.
John as a Christian text linking "social critique with spirituality" has something to commend it.”―Birger A. Pearson, Religious Studies Review “The Secret Revelation of John is an excellent book, full of sound scholarship and attention to nuance, and presented in an accessible manner.
It is well worth the attention of anyone interested in Cited by: (The Secret Book of John - The Secret Revelation of John) Aeon - a divine power or nature emanating from the Supreme Being and playing various roles in the operation of the universe Ineffable - Defying expression Barbelo - The first (emanation (something that is emitted or radiated)) of God Autogenes - Self Generated Pleroma - the totality of divine powersFile Size: KB.
The Secret Revelation of John book. Read 3 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Lost in antiquity, rediscovered inand only rece /5(3). The Secret Revelation of John was the first writing to formulate a comprehensive narrative of Christian theology, cosmology, and salvation.' In fewer than sixty manuscript pages, it describes Christ's revelation of God and the divine world, the origins of the universe and humanity, the cause of evil and suffering, the nature of the body and.