The Gnostic Gospels
Discovered at Nag Hammadi in Egypt in 1945, the Gnostic Gospels represent one of the most important archaeological finds of modern times — at least equal in significance to the Dead Sea Scrolls. These ancient papyrus codexes, written in Coptic — and the earliest intact Christian manuscripts ever discovered — have helped transform our contemporary understanding of early Christianity and the great diversity of early Christian ideas and writings.
the gnostic people saw the old testament as a writing strongly inspired by a
jewish god, so that these script should be interpreted by some care. The new
testament was then writing by jewish people who have seen the light, but their
work was still inspired by the jewish god, so also here they were some advise to
But despite this, the gnostic people did accept great parts of the bible.
gnostic people believed in in different places or higher heavens.
The world we live in should be the lowest and if we did not learn enough in life,
we would reincanated as humans again in this world.
And in like in catholic world their were the father, the son and the holy spirit.
Whitout one of them there were nothing.