BORBORIANI

Gnostics, also called borboritae or barbelitae. Radical antinomianism, common to other gnostic sects, led the borboriani to an extreme form of immorality. The name derives from bo,rboroj, meaning mud: it was probably coined by Epiphanius Haer. 26,3 as a metaphor for their impurity. An imperial law was promulgated against the borboriani and other heretics in 428 CTh XVI, 5,65. Other sources on the borboriani: Philaster, Haer. 73; Theodoret, Haer. fab. I, 13.

BORBORIANI Photo Gallery



 In Travel on page we describe an early intervention to modify that behavior. Several longitudinal studies have identified three groups of children overcontrolled similar to high reactive, inhibited children, undercontrolled, and resilientwell adjusted and found consistency in behavior over time. A New Zealand study followed children from age three to young adulthood and looked at their behavior in significant areas of life work, romantic relationships, friendships, and social network. Children on holiday identified as having confident, well-adjusted, or reserved temperaments at age three were doing well in all areas. Those who were inhibited, cautious, and fearful at age three had good relationships at work and were satisfied with their romantic relationships, but they had fewer friends, fewer interests, and less social support.

Leave a Reply

20 − 13 =