Date of Award


Document Type



Christian Studies

First Reader

Dr. Adam Jones

Second Reader

Dr. Johnny Wink

Third Reader

Dr. C. Marvin Pate


This Thesis is a comparative study of the apostle Paul and the Stoic philosopher Seneca on the immanence of God. The study compares Paul and Seneca’s views on the divine, the self, and the immanence of the divine. The study compares epistle 41 of Seneca’s letters to Lucilius and Romans 8:9-11.

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