In biblical times, Athens was an architecturally magnificent, philosophically sophisticated, and morally decadent city. When the apostle Paul arrived there, he found it spiritually confused and full of idols, so he began proclaiming Jesus and the resurrection in the synagogues and in the marketplace. Alistair Begg examines how Paul’s message was received by the city’s Epicurean and Stoic philosophers, exploring how their ancient attempts at understanding life continue to be prolific today and ultimately remain only answerable in the Gospel.
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