Abilene Campus (Residential)
Date of Award
Graduate School of Theology
Master of Arts
Committee Chair or Primary Advisor
James W. Thompson
Second Committee Member or Secondary Advisor
Kenneth L. Cukrowski
Third Committee Member or Committee Reader
Wendell L. Willis
This study examines Paul's ideas about moral transformation in the Epistle to the Romans through a comparison and contrast with the first-century philosopher Seneca's ethics in the Epistulae Morales. The Stoicism of Seneca was the primary Greco-Roman philosophy of Paul's day and therefore is a judicious choice for examining its pagan moralism alongside Pauline ethics.
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Vining, Peggy A., "A Comparison of Moral Transformation in Paul and Lucius Annaeus Seneca" (2003). Digital Commons @ ACU, Electronic Theses and Dissertations. Paper 635.