#The Greeks, followed by the Romans, increasingly turned to rational thought to answer their questions about life and the human experience, but rational thought on its own can only take people so far.
In the era leading up to the birth of Christ, people in the Mediterranean area gathered around secular evangelists of the time to see which o#ffered the clearest answers. Such thinking set the stage for the arrival of Christianity, which would have a profound impact on the world.
With Insights from Greco-Roman times and a Christian Response, author Rex Dale sets out to explore this period in history and its thinkers and leaders to see how Christianity wrought changes in people's lives, even as early Christians struggled to fully understand the message of Christ.
Rex Dale, who lives in Melbourne, Australia, was born in rural Western Australia in 1937, graduating from the University of Western Australia. Dale, now retired, has been an avid reader of books featuring biographies, history (both religious and secular) and Christian spirituality.
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