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  1. Sethianism - Wikipedia

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    The Sethians were one of the main currents of Gnosticism during the 2nd and 3rd century CE, along with Valentinianism and Basilideanism. According to John D. Turner, it originated in the second-century CE as a fusion of two distinct Hellenistic Judaic philosophies, and was influenced by Christianity and Middle Platonism. However, the exact origin of Sethianism is not properly understood.

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      The Sethians are first mentioned, alongside the Ophites, in...

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      Sethianism attributed its gnosis to Seth, third son of Eve...

    • Sethian texts

      Most surviving Sethian texts are preserved only in Coptic...

  2. Category:Sethianism - Wikipedia

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    Pages in category "Sethianism" The following 2 pages are in this category, out of 2 total. This list may not reflect recent changes ().

  3. Temple of Set - Wikipedia

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    A new religious movement and form of Western esotericism, the Temple espouses a religion known as Setianism, whose practitioners are called Setians. This is sometimes identified as a form of Satanism, although this term is not often embraced by Setians and is contested by some academics.

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  4. Sethianism - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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    Sethianism From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia The Sethians were a group of ancient Gnostics who date their existence to before Christianity.

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  5. Talk:Sethianism - Wikipedia

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    Different. That "Sethianism" refers to the Egyptian god Set (deity). Rursus dixit. (m bork 3!) 20:36, 23 April 2016 (UTC) External links modified. Hello fellow Wikipedians, I have just modified 5 external links on Sethianism. Please take a moment to review my edit.

  6. Seth - Wikipedia

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    Seth, in Judaism, Christianity, Mandaeism, Sethianism, and Islam, was the third son of Adam and Eve and brother of Cain and Abel, their only other children mentioned by name in the Hebrew Bible. According to Genesis 4:25 , Seth was born after Abel's murder, and Eve believed God had appointed him as a replacement for Abel.

  7. Define Sethianism. Sethianism synonyms, Sethianism pronunciation, Sethianism translation, English dictionary definition of Sethianism. a member of a Gnostic sect that regarded Seth, son of Adam, as the father of a pure race and considered the serpent as its deity. See also: God and Gods Sethianism - definition of Sethianism by The Free Dictionary

  8. Neoplatonism and Gnosticism - Wikipedia

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    Gnosticism refers to a collection of religious groups originating in Jewish religiosity in Alexandria in the first few centuries CE. Neoplatonism is a school of Hellenistic philosophy that took shape in the 3rd century, based on the teachings of Plato and some of his early followers. While Gnosticism was influenced by Middle Platonism, neo ...

  9. Valentinianism - Wikipedia

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    Valentinianism was one of the major Gnostic Christian movements. Founded by Valentinus in the second century AD , its influence spread widely, not just within Rome, but also from Northwest Africa to Egypt through to Asia Minor and Syria in the east.

  10. Gnosticism - Wikipedia

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    Sethianism was one of the main currents of Gnosticism during the 2nd to 3rd centuries, and the prototype of Gnosticism as condemned by Irenaeus. Sethianism attributed its gnosis to Seth, third son of Adam and Eve and Norea, wife of Noah, who also plays a role in Mandeanism and Manicheanism.