The Gnostics: Their Nonliterary Archaeological Remains

Speaker: Ted Carruth
Part 350 of a 504 part series.
Organization: ETS National
Price: $4.00
This item is an mp3 audio recording from the conference set: Christianity in the Early Centuries Complete recordings from the 57th Annual Meeting of The Evangelical Theological Society in Philadelphia, PA, featuring plenary speakers: Christopher Hall – What Evangelicals and Liberals Can Learn from the Church Fathers; Nicholas Perrin – Thomas, the Fifth Gospel? D. Jeffrey Bingham – Development and Diversity in Early Christianity; Craig Blaising - Presidential Address – Faithfulness: A Prescription for Theology; Paul Trebilco – Gnostics in Asia Minor in the Early Second Century CE, Ignatius, and Others, as Witnesses against Bauer. This conference was held in November of 2005.

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