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Works of Clement of Alexandria

"Of Clement's writings four are preserved complete: Protreptikos (an exhortation addressed to the Greeks urging their conversion); Paedagogos (a portrayal of Christ as tutor instructing the faithful in their conduct); Stromata (miscellaneous thoughts primarily concerning the relation of faith to philosophy); "Who Is the Rich Man That Is Saved?" (an exposition of Mark 10:17-31, arguing that wealth, if rightfully used, is not un-Christian). Of other writings only fragments remain, especially of the Hypotyposes, a commentary on the Scriptures."...Alexandrian Theology, Clement of Alexandria
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