Gnosis is the time when Christianity was spreading rapidly after the Roman Empire was a world-view that is greatly attracted people of that time. Gnostics were convinced that they alone are gifted with a special "knowledge" (Gr. Gnosis), which they were able to experience "heaven" and "earth" the world and the secrets of those worlds and in the light of these findings successfully live in this earthly world. They pointed out the hostile attitude to the body, which is a hell of a thing to them and the prison of the human soul, from which it wants as soon as possible to free and to attain a higher, divine reality. They despised God's creatures, especially despised the human body and everything about the body connection, as well as sex and marriage.
constantly wonder earthly miracles that have nothing to do with the supernatural mind
He must in this world to witness that his kingdom is not of this world - not that this is just a man, and that somewhere else god. "So Jesus must confirm the presence of ahistorical and eternal reality in history or in time, so to speak, that what is unspeakable in expressible. By saying that his kingdom is not of this world, he denied it (Jn 18:36), and thus he says that it is close at hand it confirms (Luke 17:21). Agamben is right when he writes that "from the perspective of law his testimony doomed to failure and it must end the farce."
Clarify the paradox at the heart of modern power through two settings: the first - and to a legal system comprises, lists and distributed to all ranks of normal and emergency and other - and that an act is not in itself a normal or extraordinary, but still needs to make a decision about his a state which is, of course, the very act. The problem arises when someone takes you right to decide on the legal system as such. In this case the two settings contradict each other, it must be established that the decision on his condition at the same time belong to the legal system and does not belong to the legal system.
a sovereign decision on the state of exception, that the decision to suspend the rule of law today, in times of crisis, so frequent that define rights and the rule makes it extremely unstable and fragile