Clement of Alexandria
Clement of Alexandria , who was the most illustrious of the pupils of Pantrenus, succeded him. He became head of the school before 190, and died around the year 215 Clement wrote abundantly, though much of his work is lost. His erudition is especially revealed in the series of discussions whereby he attempted to reconcilc Greek culture and Christianity. He is rightly regarded as one of the earliest apostles of Christian liberalismo.
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