Parrott writes: "The notion of three divine men in the heavenly hierarchy appears to be based on Genesis 1-3 (Immortal Man = God; Son of Man = Adam [81,12]; Son of Son of Man, Savior = Seth).
Because of the presence of Seth (although unnamed in the tractate), Eugnostos must be thought of as Sethian, in some sense. may have influenced the Sethian-Ophites, as described by Irenaeus.
However, since it is not classically gnostic and lacks other elements of developed Sethian thought, it can only be characterized as proto-Sethian. Some have proposed an influence by Eugnostos on Valentinianism. had been composed soon after the advent of Christianity in Egypt - the latter half of the first century C.
Egyptian religious thought also appears to have influenced its picture of the supercelestial realm. Because of the dating of Eugnostos, it would not be surprising if Soph.
Shigwadja, she says, often threatened to hurt himself or her family as a way to control her and at one point was arrested for attacking her with a knife.
Putney-Wilcox eventually broke up with Shigwadja, but days later he burst into her bedroom, held her at knifepoint and then he set her room on fire. …I've always felt like she's the strongest person I've known.
Sophia Putney-Wilcox was a 14-year-old high-school freshman when she met Adam Shigwadja, a 16-year-old sophomore.