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Salvo 31

Salvo 31

Department: Archives — Topic: PhilosophySalvo #31

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What Has Athens to Do with Jerusalem? by Cameron Wybrow


What is the relationship between philosophy and Christian faith? Are the two entirely in harmony, in partial conflict, or irreconcilably opposed? On this question the old books disagree.

In his Prescription Against Heretics, Tertullian (a.d. 160-225) inveighed against the effect of philosophy on the Church. He saw philosophical speculations about nature, the soul, and God as food for heretics such as Valentinus and Marcion (De Praescriptione Haereticorum, ch. 7). When Christians . . .


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