This essay was written during my time as a postgraduate student at Heythrop College, London's top institution for theology and philosophy. The essay looks at the dialogues composed by the ancient Greek philosopher Plato, and attempts to discern what they say about the human soul. Plato's views are contrasted with a Christian perspective as I explore what the Bible and key theologians have said about the soul. The composition of the soul, the pre-existence of the soul (before birth), and reincarnation are also discussed. Complete with footnotes and a full bibliography.
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