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This index presents a list of terms and concepts relevant to the analysis of the relationship between Paul and Seneca. Seneca's ethics and theology are, according to Fleury, of a decidedly Christian nature, sometimes even with regard to particular dogmas; Fleury for instance believes that the dogma of the Trinity is clearly expressed in Seneca. And when Seneca speaks of the perfect wise man, this would refer to Jesus Christ. In Kreyher the section on 'Biblische Anklänge in Seneca's Schriften' likewise contains a long and impressive list of apparent points of agreement between texts from the Pauline epistles and Seneca's writings.

Keywords: Christianity; Jesus Christ; Pauline epistles; Seneca's writings



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