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About Veridicanism

 

Definition:

  • Veridicanism is a neologism that derives from the word veridical.
  • Veridical, in the case of this word, means true.
  • The suffix -an is combined with veridical to denote a follower of that which is true (a Veridican).
  • -ism is a suffix attached that denotes a doctrine.
  • Thus, Veridicanism means The doctrine of those who follow that which is true.

History:

Veridicanism is the name of a Christ-centered philosophy founded by Edward Jerome Gordon in Riverside, California in 1993. It began as the Veridical Christian Society, a Protestant non-denominational bible study with only a few members that formed in reaction to the Government's handling of the Branch Davidians in Waco, Texas. It disbanded after only a few months.

From then on, Veridicanism became Gordon's personal religious quest. It evolved through many different spiritual paths that Gordon took over the years in order to understand the revelations he'd been given, but in 2018, Gordon solidified the doctrine into a form which is now considered finished; hence, the creation of this website to explain that religious philosophy.

FAQ

Is Veridicanism a Christian religion?

It took Edward Gordon twenty-five years to answer the question of whether or not Veridicanism was a type of Christianity. The resolution of the question in 2018 brought Veridicanism to its fruition. It is not a denomination or sect of Christianity. It is not aligned with the Chrsitian Church in any way. It is a non-Christian Jesus Christ-centered religion. Thus when non-believers expect a Veridican to defend Christian tenets, they mistake what Veridicanism is. As well, when Christians call Veridicanism heresy, they also err in understanding the independent nature of this Christ-centered philosophy. Certianly, Veridicanism has its roots in Christianity, but it's tenets, articles of faith, and practices are not Christian in nature.