Greek5385. philosophia -- the love or pursuit of wisdom ... philosophy
. From philosophos; "philosophy
", ie (specially), Jewish sophistry -- philosophy
. see GREEK
philosophos. (philosophias) -- 1 Occurrence. 5384, 5385 ... //strongsnumbers.com/greek2/5385.htm - 7k
4770. Stoikos -- a Stoic
... a Stoic. From stoa; a "Stoic" (as occupying a particular porch in Athens),
ie Adherent of a certin philosophy -- Stoick. see GREEK stoa. ...
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1129. gumnasia -- exercise
... This ancient (and current) philosophy contends the discipline of the body is one
of life's concerns and special physical exercises as ... see GREEK gumnazo. ...
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4747. stoicheion -- one of a row, hence a letter (of the alphabet) ...
... 4747 -- properly, , like with the of a philosophy, structure, etc.; (figuratively) ","
like the basic fundamentals of Christianity. ... see GREEK stoicheo. ...
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Origin of the Greek Philosophy.
... Book VI. Chapter XVII."Origin of the Greek Philosophy. The origin, then,
from which Plato derived his theory in the Timæus, is ...
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The Greek Philosophy in Great Part Derived from the Barbarians.
... The Stromata, or Miscellanies: Book I Chapter XV."The Greek Philosophy
in Great Part Derived from the Barbarians. These are the ...
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The Use of Philosophy to the Gnostic.
... Greek philosophy the recreation of the Gnostic. ... And if any one ruler whatever
prohibit the Greek philosophy, it vanishes forthwith. ...
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... necessary improvement. His learning was confined to biblical and Roman
literature and the systems of Greek philosophy. He often ...
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Clement of Alexandria.
... taught by Scripture to Greek philosophy, 352. leads to repentance, hope, benevolence,
353, 357. ... eternal, 476. knowledge of, in Greek philosophy, 489. ...
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Socrates; his Philosophy Reproduced by Plato.
... But the points Plato determined are these following. Footnotes:  Or, "writing."
Still Socrates may be called the father of the Greek philosophy. ...
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Dionysius and Modern Philosophy
... It is even possible that the word "Unknowing" was (with this positive meaning) a
technical term of the Mysteries or of later Greek Philosophy, and that this is ...
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In what Respect Philosophy Contributes to the Comprehension of ...
...  [This ingenious statement explains the author's constant assertion that truth,
and to some extent saving truth, was to be found in Greek philosophy.]. ...
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The Samaritan and Alexandrian Canons.
... Palestinian Judaism respectively. The Wisdom of Solomon shows the enlarging
effect of Greek philosophy. Overpassing Jewish particularism ...
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... That Greek philosophy, so viewed, did lead to Christ, and that this great principle
is recognised in the apostolic teachings, seems to me indisputable. ...
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Nave's Topical Index1 Corinthians 1:22,23
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