When: Tue., Dec. 22, 6:30-8:30 p.m. 2015
In the rare remaining Gnostic texts of the first few centuries AD, the “Savior” is portrayed in ways that are strikingly different from the New Testament story of Jesus. This presentation will look at what are arguably more original and complex descriptions of Christ, and will draw from rigorous historical investigations into the history of first century Christianity, that offers fresh inspiration for the spiritual challenges of our day. Dan Craig Morse, MFT depth psychotherapist and student of the gnostic tradition will use music, contemplative process and PowerPoint in this original and riveting exposé.
Price: $10 ($5 lower income)