Translatio Sapientiae

Part of the International Archives Of The History Of Ideas book series (ARCH, volume 189)

A philosophy based on the unity of revelation and science has to assimilate science to revelation. Revelation takes precedence over science, if its divine origin is taken seriously. The doctrine of creation, as part of revelation, has consequences for human knowledge. Knowledge is held to derive from a divine origin, and, just as any other existence, it is created. Human knowledge is received through communication with the divine, since God reveals all wisdom to the human race. It is accordingly impossible to separate science and divine revelation.


Human Race World History Greek Philosophy Divine Revelation Early Modern Time 
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