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A name which distinguished those in the seventh century who were professed enemies to the Gnosis; 1: e. the studied knowledge or science of Christianity, which they rested wholly on good works; calling it a useless labour to seek for knowledge in the Scripture. In short, they contended for the practice of morality in all simplicity, and blamed those who aimed at improving and perfecting it by a deeper knowledge and insight into the doctrines and mysteries of religion. The Gnosimachi were the very reverse of the Gnostics.

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Buck, Charles. Entry for 'Gnosimachi'. Charles Buck Theological Dictionary. 1802.

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