TESTIMONY OF (NHC IX, 3)

A Gnostic tract written by an anonymous author addressed to a group of with spiritual ears. It consists of a series of warnings against the false teachings of opponents clearly identifiable as Orthodox Christians.

Advocating a strict encratic ethic, the author does not spare even other Gnostics, that is, those who, like Valentinus and , permit marriage. Extant only in Coptic, Testimony of was originally in Greek, probably in late second-century .