One of the demonstrations of systemic world-view, the interaction between belief and knowledge, is the oldest problem the essence of which was discussed as far back as the first to second centuries. The proof of this is the work by Saint Clement of Alexandria, which is called "Stromata" or "Rugs" where he says that both knowledge and belief are indispensable for humans. This great scientist and philosopher said that the belief is primary and the knowledge is built on it. He wrote that that a merely religious person is God's slave, while an educated religious man is God's friend, and that the basis of this lies in the Gospel, when our Lord Jesus Christ addresses his Apostles and says: "Friends of mine, I do not call you slaves but friends, as you already know everything that I conveyed to you". This book discusses the spiritual influence in Georgia and its history dating back to the earliest times of mankind.