I Am Truly a Gnostic Christian

Personal Stories, Advice, and Support 33 People

    I've Finally Found Where I Belong

    My religious epiphany began in about 1994 when I (at the suggestion of a friend) read the book "We Don't Die" by Joel Martin.  The book is about a medium by the name George Anderson.  His life experience truly resonated with me and I began to just feel a knowing of life...
    SpiritualKate SpiritualKate
    6 Responses Oct 19, 2010

    Gnostic Used To Integrate Buddhism & Christianity

    I was raised a Catholic but dumped it at an early age because of the church. I have no problem with the four gospels and Jesus , but the church is corrupt (pedaphilia, problems with normal sexuality) I have studied buddhism for years and there is no denying the truths discovered...
    shurangama shurangama
    1 Response Oct 26, 2012

    Hello all. Is there any

    where online that I can download the gnostic texts talked about in the last few posts? I have been to a site, montalk.net, but I want more info before I dive right in.
    devinprater devinprater
    22-25, M
    Apr 20, 2014

    A Modern Gnostic

    I was raised in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. I was told the Bible was fallible and that only the Book of Mormon was infallible, but even as a child the stories seemed flat, cold, and fake. They did not speak to my soul and I avoided going to church, a place...
    longlostredemption longlostredemption
    22-25, F
    1 Response Nov 2, 2013


    lost and being lost is one of a group o f ideas that form a matrix for me and that have become increasingly important for me,along with alienation,serendipity,patterned repition,spiral development,paradox,standing up,solidarity,uncertainty/doubtmelancholy,life as struggle  and a...
    thelostbear thelostbear
    1 Response Dec 19, 2010
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