Abraxas Demiurge

Gnostic means “I know”
a little bit more about the creaters of the “Gnostic” world love

Apostolic Christian response

There is no book of the New Testament which is more purposeful in its attack of error. There is “the spirit of error” (1John 4:6), opposing the Spirit of truth. “Many false prophets are gone out into the world” (1John 4:1), and this from the church itself, “They went out from us, but they were not of us” (1John 2:19); and these false prophets are distinctly named “the antichrist” (1John 2:22) and “the liar” (same place), and “the deceiver and the antichrist” (2John 1:7). This peril, against which the apostle writes, and from which he seeks to defend the church, was Gnosticism, as is proved by what is said again and again in the epistle of the characteristics of this insidious and deadly teaching.