A Dictionary of All Religions and Religious Denominations/Ascodrutes

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ASCODRUTES, a branch of Gnostics in the second century, who asserted that divine mysteries, being the images of invisible things, ought not to be represented by visible things, nor incorporeal things by corporeal and sensible. Therefore they rejected baptism and the eucharist.[1]

Original footnotes[edit]

  1. Broughton, vol. i. p. 88