The beginning of the Wisdom of Solomon, Book 2, in the first nine verses reflects Epicureanism. (After that it goes off the path.) Few Protestants read the aprocryphal books and this passage is not well known to them. Still I find this passage appealing, perhaps more so because it it being held up as an example of what is wrong with the ungodly.
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Solomon was a very wise man. Once two women were claiming to be the mother of a child and it was up to Solomon to decide what to do. He decided that the child should be cut in half, then you give each woman a half.
Hey, that's logical.
Most scholars believe that Solomon was not the author of the wisdom of Solomon or proverbs as most theist attribute them. There are stylistic differences within both books that suggest multiple authorship.