Category: Non-Trinitarian and Miscellaneous

  • Gnosticism
    • From the Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy, this article provides an in-depth history of Gnosticism, including major characters, philosophies and aspects of the religion.
  • Gnosticism
    • Wikipedia's page on Gnosticism. Gnosticism is an ancient religion, which believes its followers have esoteric knowledge of god, humanity, and the universe. It is debated whether Gnosticism began as a subset of Christianity or if it were already in existence.
  • Gnosticism: Ancient and Modern
    • Gnosticism is a philosophical and religious movement which started in pre-Christian times. The name is derived from the Greek word "gnosis" which literally means "knowledge."
  • Mysticism, Metaphysics and Maritain: On the Road to the Spiritual Unconscious
    • By James Arraj. The twentieth century has seen a remarkable renewal of interest in Christian mysticism. In its first decades the accent was on the rediscovery and development of a genuine theology of contemplation, while its closing years are seeing a widespread interest in the practice of contemplative prayer.
  • Nontrinitarianism
    • Nontrinitarianism (or antitrinitarianism) includes all Christian belief systems that reject, wholly or partly, the doctrine of the Trinity, namely, the teaching that God is three distinct hypostases and yet co-eternal, co-equal, and indivisibly united in one essence or ousia.
  • The Church of Christ, Scientist (a.k.a. Christian Science)
    • Christian Science is a Christian denomination based on the teachings and works of Christ Jesus. The Church was founded in 1879 by Mary Baker Eddy.
  • The Gospel of Philip
    • Translated by Wesley W. Isenberg. The Gospel of Philip is one of the Gnostic Gospels, only recently found buried in a cave near Nag Hammadi, Egypt, in 1945.
  • Unity School of Christianity
    • The Unity School of Christianity is a classic new age cult. It has the appearance of being Christian; however, it holds pantheistic or new age beliefs at its core. Unity was founded by Charles and Myrtle Fillmore in 1889, and was later incorporated as a church in 1903 by the Unity Society of Practical Christianity in Kansas City.