Sacramental Language and Verbs of Generating, Creating, and Begetting in the Gospel of Philip

  title={Sacramental Language and Verbs of Generating, Creating, and Begetting in the Gospel of Philip},
  author={J. Buckley and Jorunn Jacobsen Deirdre Joy Good},
  journal={Journal of Early Christian Studies},
  pages={1 - 19}
The Gos Phil provides a series of observations on practices of Valentinian Christianity. Since sacraments appear prominently, scholarly investigations of the sacramental system abound. Segelberg, for example, suggests that there are five sacraments or mysteries in Gos Phil: baptism, chrism, eucharist, redemption, and bride-chamber. Each is an element in an ascending series. Grant follows this model in principle, rightly 
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