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Citation Information for “Introduction to Philosophy of Religion;”

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“According to Gregory, a theologian does not principally go to other sciences, or other teachings, or to probable propositions. His principal effort is to understand the Scriptures. He advances the knowledge of the faith by extending its explicit domain. Theology is deductive. It draws out what follows necessarily from the truths contained formally in Sacred Scripture.” Stephen F. Brown, “Medieval Theology,” in The Blackwell Companion to Modern Theology ed. Gareth Jones, et al. (London: Blackwell Publishing, 2007), 145.

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