The True Gnostic Church (TGC) is a gentle endeavor to unite the family of God on
Earth and facilitate the birth of a global spirituality. We are a fellowship of like-minded
individuals seeking to embody and reflect the gnosis of God — as revealed in the
Song of God, and through personal revelation and experience. We are a church of True
Gnostics, humanity is our religion.
With the emergence of the Song of God and the teachings of Azrael Ondi-Ahman, we
have the opportunity to create a more relevant religious context that can embrace
and accommodate our highest spiritual experiences, pursuits, and potentials. The
Song of God presents a new vision of who we are, where we came from, and where we
are going as a species. The True Gnostic Church is a global, grassroots effort to
share and give shape to this vision with grace and integrity. As this work continues
to unfold, we hope to co-create an environment in which the Song of God can be heard,
celebrated, and danced to, as well as examined, questioned and debated.
The True Gnostic Church represents a diverse spiritual collective empowered by choice
and bound by desire and duty to defend and uplift the human family. We serve as benevolent
stewards of the earth and the life it supports. For True Gnostics, worship is centered
around the family, in the homes of believers who strive to strengthen their faith
practice through intelligent thought, inquiry and discourse. The True Gnostic Church
is a restored work in progress. Let the family of God unite, and with this Song that
God has sung, continue in our efforts to create a new Heaven and earth.
• Must provide the means for humankind to imitate (worship) God — which God would
represent humanity’s highest ideals and noblest visions.
• Would have as its only goal the betterment and exaltation of humankind.
“In order for faith to be real and acceptable to God, then such a faith must always
acknowledge the believer’s right to walk away from that faith without any judgment
or condemnation from God, or from God’s appointed church. True faith, justified faith,
is always about choice; for it is the freedom to choose that makes a faith powerful.
It is not correct doctrine which empowers the believer, but rather the freedom to
choose, and in the choosing, faith becomes the gift we give ourselves.”
• Must have the ability to make its followers better, in a moral sense, when compared
to those who are not of the religion. Adherents would thus alleviate and contribute
less to the suffering caused by moral evil (any practice or behavior causing harm,
injury, or death to others).
• Must encourage scientific inquiry, allowing humanity to reduce the amount of suffering
caused by natural evil (any natural occurrence which inflicts ruin, injury or death,
ie: earthquakes, hurricanes, floods, disease, etc.)
• Must explain what’s going on, and within its framework satisfy reason.