>I recently heard Mormonism referred to as American gnosticism.   What
does 
>that mean?  


I'm not sure but it sounds like something that is associated with the
ideas and teachings of a progressive religion that has it's own tangents
outside of mainstream thinking. I can see how this term could be applied
to several other Christian religions besides Mormonism. I don't see it as
a negative thing at all but simply a term for classifying religious
evolution; or should I say, revolution?

Paul O
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