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Could Caring Hurt Your Soul? What Does That Mean, Anyway?

Seneca, right, and the Apostle Paul, left

In some quarters, the recent popularity of Stoicism is likened to the return of trends one would have thought (and perhaps hoped) were over, like bell-bottom jeans, or making one’s own jam. At least, this is the opinion of one Justine Toh, a Senior Research Fellow at the Centre for Public Christianity. Toh wrote a piece for “Eternity News” in which she weighs the relative merits of Stoicism…

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