In this excerpt from his Six Sunday after Trinity (July 12, 2015) homily, the Most Reverend Stephan A. Hoeller, bishop of the Eccleisa Gnostica explains why this tradition of Gnosis is an ecumenical one.
The discovery in 1945 of the Nag Hammadi Library brought to the attention of our age a magnificent treasure trove of original scriptures written by the ancient Gnostics. Although, beginning with Prof. Elaine Pagels, many came to call the entire library "The Gnostic Gospels", only four scriptures in this collection bear the word "gospel" in their title. Dr. Hoeller will discuss the context and interpret selected passages from these four Gospels with special attention of their relevance to our present era. A new look at the heart of the Nag Hammadi corpus 41 years after its publication!
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