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Friday, May 27, 2011

Note (69.) to "History of the 'Christian' Trinity - HIST"

69. "Alexandrian Philosophy, a School of Philosophy founded at Alexandria, Egypt, characterized by a blending of the philosophies of the east and west, and by a general tendency to eclecticism [syncretism]." - And, "The amalgamation of Eastern with Christian ideas gave rise to the system of the Gnostics, which also was elaborated chiefly in Alexandria." - And, "Alexandrian philosophy was the chief contribution of Alexandrian scholars and writers in the early centuries of the Christian era." - The Universal Standard Encyclopedia, p. 156, v. 1, 1955 ed.

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