Christianity is '''THE TRUTH.''' Philosophy is a group of worldly so called intellects discussing their truth in a Starbucks.
Christianity meshed with the Pagan culture which established the Catholic church and all of our major holidays today.
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Christianity and Greek Philosophy
what type of influence/impact has Greek Philosophy had on the world or other religions
They are kind of inter-related. Ancient Greek philosophy gave the early Christians the vocabulary to describe the experience of Christianity; and Christianity gave Philosophy some ideas it hadn't thought of before. For example, the Christological controversies in the first few centuries (i.e. the arguing about how could Jesus be both God and Man) allowed philosophers to better conceptualize what "having personhood" and "having human nature" meant.
Philosophy and Theology are distinctly different disciplines and are neither dependent nor exclusive of each other. Christianity did not rise into philosophy, or the other way around. That is, a Christian may philosophize while a philosopher ponders Christianity.
In mainstream Christianity, it symbolizes the rebirth in Jesus Christ.
The philosophy of having minimal impact on the environment is"leave no trace"Sustainability.