Here you go http://plato.stanford.edu/entries/stoicism/ and philisophically speaking the answer to the question is possibly yes depending on the perception.
I guess maybe it could have some bearing on........What!?......posibly yes exactly what I would have said, I think?
I agree there isn't any exact answer it is possibly based on theory and is a completely philisophical meaning. lololo
by grayknight 8 years ago
What scriptural works of early Christianity were not included in the Bible? Why not?What qualified those scholars - who were admittedly not prophets of God - to decide what was and what was not scripture? Why does it take a prophet to write scripture but not to dictate what is or what...
by gulnazahmad 7 years ago
Do you think that religion effects the way we deal in our day-to-day life and the way our personality has been molded? Is drinking, rape, murder, assault and other such things have to do with religion or is it just because of the heredity or the environment in which the person lives?
by Rhonda D Johnson 5 years ago
I've written a hub describing the effect Constantine and the pagans in the ecumenical counsels had on Christianity. I also read the writings of Justin Martyr where he tried to explain away the embarrassing extent to which Christianity copied Roman paganism by claiming that demons led the...
by Ron Hooft 7 years ago
There are a lot of reasons to think that the god of the Jews and the god Christianity and Islam is actually the devil, ruler and creator of the earth. Jesus tells us this very thing in some Gnostic texts. There may be evidence of it in Babylonian and Sumerian myth. After all, any god that would...
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