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center:The Center of European Languages of Qom(Ale Beit Publications)
Document Type:BL
Record Number:2572
Doc. No:b12429
Language of Document :English
Main Entry:Kripal, Jeffrey J, 1962
Title & Author:The serpent's gift:gnostic reflections on the study of religion/ Jeffrey J. Kripal
Publication Statement:Chicago: University of Chicago Press,, c2007.
Page. NO:xiv, 223 p.: ; 24 cm.
ISBN:0226453804(cloth : alk.paper)
Notes:Print
Bibliographies/Indexes:Includes bibliographical references (p. [211]-216) and index.
Contents:Introduction: the serpent's gift. Faith, reason, and gnosis ; The premodern, the modern, and the postmodern ; Toward a gnostic (post)modernity ; Medi(t)ations ; Writing as hissing ; Autobiographical and pedagogical contexts ; The essays -- The apocryphon of the beloved. Invocation ; The quest for the heretical Jesus ; "One will know them by their roots" ; From the womb ; Sexual healings: dispelling the demons of abuse ; Sexual teachings ; The man Jesus loved ; The woman Jesus loved ; The secret -- Restoring the Adam of light. The Adam of light awakened by her ; The fiery brook ; The sacrilegious secret of Christian theology ; Implications of the method ; The historical and intellectual contexts ; "Man is God to man" : the virtues of pluralism and polytheism -- Completing the incarnation of love (and sex) : embodiment in Feuerbach's thought ; The sexuality of numbers ; The cancer and the cure ; Toward a mystical humanism: a gnostic rereading -- Comparative mystics. The rebuke of the gnostic and the oriental Renaissance ; Comparative mystics ; Ramakrishna: colonialism, universalism, mysticism ; Doctrinal and historical-critical analysis ; Ramakrishna and the comparativist ; The critical study of religion as a modern mystical tradition ; The scandal of comparison ; Professional heresy: the gnostic study of religion -- Interlude: Logoi mystikoi; or how to think like a gnostic -- Mutant marvels. Educational and sexual allegory ; On puberty and powers ; Denying the demiurge ; Toward a more radical empiricism ; Dissociation and the release of nonordinary energies ; On death as dissociation ; Real X-Men ; On-clusions and-ceptions ; Political allegory; or, how (not) to be an X-Man -- Conclusion: return to the garden. The other tree ; The forbidden fruit ; "When He becomes troubled, He will be astonished" ; The flaming sword and the bridal chamber.
Subject:ReligionPhilosophy
Subject:Gnosticism
Dewey Classification:‭299.932‬
LC Classification:‭BL51‬‭.K675 2007‬