In this study, Frederick H. Borsch compares the Christian and gnostic conceptions of “the Son of Man.” He concludes that the phrase was much more common among gnostic Christians and non-Christian gnostics than those in the mainstream.
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Frederick H. Borsch was an Episcopal Bishop of Los Angeles from 1988 to 2002. He currently serves as a professor of New Testament and chair of Anglican studies at The Lutheran Theological Seminary at Philadelphia. A frequent contributor to Proclamation, he is author of Many Things in Parables and Power in Weakness: New Hearing for Gospel Stories of Healing and Discipleship in the Augsburg Fortress Studies in the Gospels Collection (7 vols.).