Eat, Drink, and Be Wary–Luke 12

By David Faust   The apostle Paul debated Epicurean and Stoic philosophers in first-century Athens (Acts 17:18). These two groups held contrasting philosophies. The Stoics faced life grimly with a stiff upper lip, while the hedonistic Epicureans considered pleasure the highest good.  To be fair, Epicurus argued for reasonable restraint, not unbridled self-indulgence. For example, […]