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Die "Geöffneten Himmel" in Der Offenbarungsvision Des Apokryphons Des Johannes

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This chapter is a sign of the connection that exists between Munster and Utrecht. The very popular among the Gnostics books counted, as known in recent years, the Apocryphon of John. In its present form it is mainly in its input matches a combination of very different pieces, although there was a certain, conscious plan that cannot be denied in the whole area of the book. Due to these characteristics, it is worthwhile to look at specific parts separately. This work is dedicated to the shape of the input vision. It is told how John after a conversation with a Pharisee in doubt falls on the mission of the Savior and the nature of the Aeon, to which the person goes. The chapter discusses the subject of open sky more detail. It also covers the Umschau Revelation vision in the Apocryphon of John.

Keywords: Apocryphon of John; Munster; Utrecht; Gnostics; open sky

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