Seneca’s faith in Providence

Lucius Annaeus Seneca (born around 4 BCE – 65 CE) called Seneca the Younger, he became famous for his Dialogues which expressed his philosophical worldview. In the dialogue On Providence Seneca tells Lucilius about his vision of God’s action in the world. According to Seneca, the gods take care of the world and nothing is accidental. Please note that Seneca himself uses the names, God and gods, interchangeably, without making any distinctions.