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Man·i·chae·ism (m n -k z m) also Man·i·chae·an·ism (-k -n z m). n. 1.

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Contributions to the Knowledge of Manichaeism A. V. Williams
Contributions to the Knowledge of Manichaeism. A. V.
Manichaeism, Esoteric Buddhism and Oriental Theosophy
Mar 23, 2009 Appendix 1: Correspondence of Deities (Manichaeism and Gnosticism). 1.
Courants Early Christianity, Gnosticism and Manichaeism at
Manichaeism at Université Laval. Louis Pa i n c h aud, Michael Kaler and. Jennifer We e s.
Manichaeism at the foreign policy
Manichaeism at the foreign policy research institute: a review. Robert Strausz- Hupé, William R. Kintner, James E.
Manichaeism and the New Isis Myth
Manichaeism and the New Isis Myth. 'I am the Past, the Present and the Future. Every man should lift my veil.

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St. Augustine: Repentance, Conversion, and the Truth of The Catholic Church
Styled after Gnosticism, there were few Christian elements to be found in Manichaeism, which is most often classified as a form of religious dualism.
The Help
This moral Manichaeism makes for satisfying melodrama—in fact, one of the two scenes that made me cry involved the angelic Constantine.
Augustine's Confessions: A Biography, by Garry Wills
He goes on to show how the book finds its pillars and posts in Augustine's intellectual life, his journey as a bishop and follower of Manichaeism. He ends with a too-brief account of the book's influence and an attack on some of Augustine's critics.
하나님은 왜 태양보다 빛을 먼저 창조하셨을까(上)
마니교(Manichaeism)는 빛의 왕국이 사방으로 퍼져 어두움의 왕국에 이르렀다는 이원론적 종교였다.

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Manichaeism - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Manichaeism thrived between the third and seventh centuries, and at its height was one of the most widespread religions in the world.
A religion founded by the Persian Mani in the latter half of the third century.
Encyclopaedia Britannica: Manichaeism
Manichaeism - definition of Manichaeism by the Free Online
Man·i·chae·ism (m n -k z m) also Man·i·chae·an·ism (-k -n z m). n. 1.
Manichaeism and true Christianity
Manichaeism is a compound of dualistic, pantheistic, Gnostic, and ascetic elements, combined with a fantastic philosophy of nature.

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