Academy, 1 (1869–70), 67–68.
[Review of Introduction to the Study of Dogmatic Theology, by Johannes von Kuhn]
H N Oxenham
Religious Authority, Reasoning
University of Tübingen
In dogmatic theology 'revelation is given in the forms of human thought' and 'if it ever seems to contradict the primary revelation of natural science, this is owing to an error of the fallible human intelligence which misapprehends it [...]. Reason may, accordingly, be used in a negative sense to verify revelation' (68).
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