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Marcosian
Marcosian Mar*co"sian, n. (Eccl. Hist.) One of a Gnostic sect of the second century, so called from Marcus, an Egyptian, who was reputed to be a margician.

Meaning of Marcosian from wikipedia

- The Marcosians were a Gnostic sect founded by Marcus, active in Lyon, France and southern Europe from the second to the 4th century. Women held special...
- Marcus was the founder of the Marcosian Gnostic sect in the 2nd century AD. He was a disciple of Valentinus, with whom his system mainly agrees. His doctrines...
- Simon Magus Valentinus Early Gnosticism Borborites Cainites Carpocrates Marcosians Nicolaism Ophites Syrian-Egyptic Gnosticism Archontics Bardaisan Basilideans...
- Colorbasus. XIII. Marcus (Marcosian). XIV. letters and syllables. XV. Sige on the twenty-four elements. XVI. the Marcosians. XVII. Marcosians. XVIII. Misuse of...
- man (tou proontos anthropou). In the Valentinian syzygies and in the Marcosian system we meet in the fourth (originally the third) place Anthrôpos and...
- player Marcus (Manichean), missionary in Spain Marcus (Marcosian), founder of the Marcosians Marcus Benedict, alternative name of Mordecai Benet, chief...
- Ateneo faculty through a statement titled "CEAP Supports Call Against Marcosian Snares and Imeldific Lies". In it, they stated: The Trustees of the Catholic...
- is wanting both in Hippolytus and in Heracleon. One school among the Marcosians seems also to have taught a two-fold Sophia (Iren. i. 16, 3; cf. 21, 5)...
- later divided into an Eastern and a Western, or Italian, branch. The Marcosians belonged to the Western branch. Epiphanius wrote (c. 390) that he learned...
- "immensity" or "fullness of quantity", preeminently in the Book of Revelation. Marcosians Numerology and the Church Fathers Significance of numbers in Judaism James...
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