Antinomianism: While this word literally refers to the belief that legal precepts are no longer applicable to a “saved” individual, it has come to be used in regards to any libertine doctrines in common parlance. It is in reference to heresy. Thus, the Christian groups that are experiential rather than ascetic have been referred to as ‘antinomian.’ There is reason to doubt that the “any thing goes” ideas that have been ascribed to Gnostics like Carpocrates, and in places like Corinth, or the practices of secular offshoots
of Ophites and others are accurate. Gnostics did not agree among themselves.
(See; Book Three, ”Stromata, On Marriage.”)