Johannite Church

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The Johannite Church, properly known by its full name, l'Église Johannite des Chrétiens Primitifs (The Johannite Church of Primitive Christians), is a Gnostic Christian denomination founded by the French priest Bernard-Raymond Fabré-Palaprat in 1804.[1][2] The Johannite Church received its full name in 1828 after Fabré-Palaprat's claimed discovery of the Levitikon gospels.[3] It is "Johannite" because it claims a continuity with the primitive Johannine Christianity of the saints John the Baptist and John the Apostle, and the Christian scriptures attributed to John.

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  1. ^ "The Gnostics: History, Tradition, Scriptures, Influence" by Andrew Phillip Smith, Watkins, 2008 ISBN 1-905857-78-0
  2. ^ Hermetic.com
  3. ^ Rev. Donald Donato, The Lévitikon: The Gospels According to The Primitive Church (Apostolic Johannite Church, 2010). ISBN 1-894981-99-5

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