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|Faith has to do with things that are not seen, and hope with things that are not in |
hand. - Acquinas, Saint Thomas Faith is a continuation of reason. - Adams,
William In faith and hope the world will disagree, But all mankind's concern is
|crown," used the word in the same sense : "I have fought a good fight, I have |
finished my course, I have kept the faith" z ... it was not gathered up from the
intimations of human nature, nor educed from the intuitions of human reason, — it
|THE FINAL CHAPTER OF FRAGMENTS is a continuation of Climacus's |
exploration of the grammar of faith, this time with a focus on persons inhabiting a
generation whose only access to the history in question is through testimonies.
His main ...
|By Faith we believe that the Promise shall be, when we cannot see how it can be. |
Thus wast the Faith of Abraham exercisM He believed when his Sight land
Reason fail'd him. Abraham was an hundred years old , and as it were dead,
|The Oxford Dictionary of the Christian Church defines two elements of faith, |
objective and subjective: the former refers to ... 87 Once the limits of reason were
reached, faith was its continuation, as Coleridge wrote: “Religion passes out of
|This is sometimes called 'scientism' and, in a sense, this is a continuation of the |
Enlightenment project trusting in the power of human reason to achieve a growth
in knowledge and concomitant social progress. Metaphysical speculation is ...
|"Celebrated worthily in faith, the sacraments confer the grace that they signify. |
They are efficacious because ... she really makes him present. She not only
carries on his work, but she is his very continuation, in a sense far more real than
that in ...
|Faith and Reason in the 19th Century Steve Wilkens, Alan G. Padgett ... |
necessary consequence; that religion passes out of the ken of reason only where
the eye of reason has reached its own horizon; and that faith is then but its
|Faith is taken to be a way of knowing and is discussed in cognitional terms.1 |
Because of its adherence to God ... not so often quoted is the continuation: 'Since
just as with scientific knowledge so also with faith, the only reason for formulating
|Since the human being is a creature of God, the human being's reason |
conditions the relation of reason to God. Creation is the logical consequence of
the status of the being of God as unique. When revelation is considered as a