Christianity is the end product of Platonic thought.
I find this to be a very strange statement. As far as I can see, the essential idea in Christian thought is the unconditional submission to an idealised principle of absolute authority, which is that of the rather pompous entity "God
" (and the "will of God" such as this is manifesting itself through the words and teachings of "the prophets").
There can be little doubt that these memes
which Christianity is based upon have successfully established themselves in our secular world of affairs as well, most notably in the coming of the political entity of the national state, which is an offspring of Augustine of Hippo's "Civitas Dei" (the Kingdom of God), and the implicit demand that the individual must bow to the "will of the state", as this is manifested in the so called democratic institutions.
The essential ideas of Plato
however, are better represented in modern physics than in contemporary philosophy, such as the work of David Bohm
and his theories on The Holographic Universe
With respects to the OP of this thread, I believe most scholars agree that the collection of texts which we call "the bible" was given its final form at the first ecumenic council of Nicaea