Greek Philosophy
Ancient Greek Philosophy • Philosophy in Greece
Dictionary of New Testament Background
Testing and Trial in Secular Greek Thought
TESTING AND TRIAL IN SECULAR GREEK THOUGHTIn secular Greek thought, from as early as Homer and through the NT period, the phenomenon denoted in the Septuagint, the pseudepigrapha and the NT and related literature by the terms peirazein (“to try,” “to make trial of,” “to put to the test,” and allegedly
The New Interpreter’s Dictionary of the Bible, Volumes 1–5
GREEK RELIGION AND PHILOSOPHY. This essay explores trends in religion and philosophy of the Hellenistic era (323–31 bce) and early Roman period (63 bce–132 ce). Although the philosophy portion of the essay addresses exclusively the Hellenistic and early Roman periods, the religion portion emphasizes