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Early Christianity & the Greco-Roman World - Part 7 of 15: From Alexandria to Antioch
Dr. John Rao
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  Origen's profound theological influence extended into Palestine, Syria and Asia Minor. Here it also encountered many enemies who believed that he exaggerated his use of Platonic allegory. A more historical approach, deeply concerned for the literal meaning of Scripture and the proper use of words, with its most important center in the city of Antioch, began to contest the school of Alexandria. Taken from the series: "Early Christianity & the Greco-Roman World 27 B.C. - Early 400’s A.D. - 2005 VonHildebrand Institute"



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