Christianity and Greek Philosophy
Benjamin Franklin Cocker
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The method hitherto most prevalent, of treating the history of human thought as a series of isolated, disconnected, and lawless movements, without unity and purpose; and the practice of denouncing the religions and philosophies of the ancient world as inventions of satanic mischief, or as the capricious and wicked efforts of humanity to relegate itself from the bonds of allegiance to the One Supreme Lord and Lawgiver, have, in his judgment, been prejudicial to the interests of all truth, and especially injurious to the cause of Christianity.
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- Category: Religion & Spirituality
- Published: 01 January 1883
- Publisher: Public Domain
- Print Length: 767 Pages
- Language: English