Hellenization and keeping body and soul together

Philosophia Reformata 62 (1):99-111 (1997)

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The Christian church had its early development in the Hellenistic, Greco-Roman world and for that reason it can certainly be stated that the church was “Hellenized”. But how should we define this Hellenization? And what should be our judgement of it? The collection of essays entitled Hellenization revisited centers on an important theme
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