It is widely assumed that Platonic philosophical categories exercise the most determinative influence on nascent Christianity. In this volume Stoicism in Early Christianity a team of scholars argues that while Platonic influence was extensive, Stoicism another Greek philosophy was even more influential on eth infant faith movement known as "the way". Examining biblical books, ethics, and behavioral tendencies among Jesus and early Christians, the authors of these essays make a compelling case for rethinking the intellectual framework of early Christianity.
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