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HISTORY of Christian Theology

A respected and popular school of ancient philosophy that taught that living by reason without passions was the path to wisdom, happiness and fulfillment and served as one of the most widely accepted form of moralism in the Greco-Roman world. The Stoics also believed that both God and the soul were made of material, living fire.

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