Paul defines the Laodicean church.
Rev 3:14 To the angel of the church in Laodicea he writes: This says Amen, the faithful and true witness, the principle of God's creation:
Rev 3:15 I know your works, which are neither cold nor hot; I wish you were cold or hot!
Rev 3:16 So, because you are lukewarm, and you are neither hot nor cold, I will vomit you out of my mouth.
Rev 3:17 Because you say, I am rich, and I am enriched, and I lack nothing; and you do not know that you are a poor man, and miserable, and poor, and blind, and naked;
Paul died in AD 67
Anatolio, the bishop of Laodicea, wrote: Our consideration for the Lord's resurrection, which took place on the Lord's day, leads us to keep it based on the same principle
We see that Paul determines the foundations of Laodicea, that "you say, I am rich, and I am enriched, and I lack nothing; and you do not know that you are a poor man, and miserable, and poor, and blind, and naked;" doctrines generated by Laodicea comprise deviations from deception. Aiming that Anatolio generates pagan disciples as the pagan philosopher Iamblichus studied among his disciples for a brief period.
Based on the fact that Anatolio was born in Egypt in the 3rd century on which the Gnostic principles were based. His school of analysis was closely related to these principles. Forming the principles of the Mysteries. Any concept generated by the Laodicean circles are defined by Paul as analyzes of a thought " that you are a poor thing, and miserable, and poor, and blind, and naked ".
Anodolian Laodicea (Lataquia) is from the Syrian district, a place linked to prominent Gnostic concepts of dating before the birth of Christ. The union of mystical concepts would generate the union of pagan concepts with Jewish and Christian concepts.
The use of doctrinal bases by individuals linked to such factors is not accepted by Paul's statements. About the mix of doctrines. Or as you quote.
1Ti_1: 3 As I begged you, when I left for Macedonia, to stay in Ephesus, to warn some who did not teach different doctrine,
Therefore, any doctrine other than what has been exposed is a different doctrine. Formed in the time of Paul and after his death. As with the quotes from Anatolio, which defines doctrines that do not come from the scriptures but are developed later.
For example, the doctrine of accepting Sunday as a holy day, without such a quote in the scriptures.
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