The Symbolist movement covers a wide range of creative output from the well known (Gauguin, Munch, Whistler, etc.) to the more obscure (Delville, Kupka, and others). Many artists who become known as early 20th-c abstractionists get their start here.
Syncretism: Merging Philosophy and Religion
Syncretism proved that truth was one, wherever it was found, for the Logos was all-comprehensive and boundlessly creative.
Stoic Jesus: The Logos Became Flesh
In the transition from Greek philosophy to Christian theology the transcendent was made immanent, “And the Logos became flesh and dwelt among us.”