"바실리데스주의"의 두 판 사이의 차이

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(새 문서: {{영지주의}} <!--{{Gnosticism}}--> '''바실리데스주의'''(Basilidianism) 또는 '''바실리데스파'''(Basilidians, Basilideans)는 알렉산드리아의 [[바실리데스...)
 
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The Basilideans believed in a Gospel much different than what orthodox Christians believe. Hippolytus summed up the Basilidean's Gospel by saying: "According to them the Gospel is the knowledge of things above the world, which knowledge the Great Archon understood not: when then it was shewn to him that there exists the Holy Spirit, and the [three parts of the Monad] and a God Who is the author of all these things, even the not-being One, he rejoiced at what was told him, and was exceeding glad: this is according to them the Gospel."
 
That is, the Basilideans believed from [[Adam (Bible)|Adam]] until [[Moses]] the Great Archon supposed himself to be God alone, and to have nothing above him. But the Monad thought to enlighten the Great Archon that there were beings above him, so through the Holy Spirit the Gospel was conveyed to the Great Archon.<ref>Hippolytus, ''Philosophumena'' vii. 25.</ref> First, the son of the Great Archon received the Gospel, and he in turn instructed the Great Archon himself, by whose side he was sitting. Then the Great Archon learned that he was not God of the universe, but had above him yet higher beings; and confessed his sin in having magnified himself.<ref>Wisdom to "separate and discern and perfect and restore," Clem. ''Strom.'' ii. 448 f.</ref> From him the Gospel had next to pass to the Archon of the Hebdomad. The son of the Great Archon delivered the Gospel to the son of the Archon of the Hebdomad. The son of the Archon of the Hebdomad became enlightened, and declared the Gospel to the Archon of the Hebdomad, and he too feared and confessed.<ref name=autogenerated1>Hippolytus, ''Philosophumena'' vii. 26.</ref>
 
It remained only that the world should be enlightened. The light came down from the Archon of the Hebdomad upon Jesus both at the Annunciation and at the Baptism so that He "was enlightened, being kindled in union with the light that shone on Him". Therefore by following Jesus, the world is purified and becomes most subtle, so that it can ascend to the Monad.<ref>Hippolytus, ''Philosophumena''name=autogenerated1 vii. 26.</ref> When every part of the Monad has arrived above the Holy Spirit, "then the creation shall find mercy, for till now it groans and is tormented and awaits the revelation of the sons of God, that all the men of the sonship may ascend from hence".<ref>Hippolytus, ''Philosophumena'' vii. 27.</ref> When this has come to pass, God will bring upon the whole world the Great Ignorance, that everything may like being the way it is, and that nothing may desire anything contrary to its nature. "And in this wise shall be the Restoration, all things according to nature having been founded in the seed of the universe in the beginning, and being restored at their due seasons."<ref>προλελογισμένος: cf. c. 24, s. f.; x. 14.</ref>
 
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