Naming the Mystery: An Augustinian Ideal
AbstractThis article, by noticing Augustine’s constant questioning, shows that he often talks about not knowing and about his need for God’s help to know more. It is therefore better to see how he identifies the mystery than to focus on his answers, because he too recognizes his limits. His intellectual prowess can be seen more clearly when he “names the mystery” than by thinking that he has solved it. View Full-Text
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Fitzgerald, A. Naming the Mystery: An Augustinian Ideal. Religions 2015, 6, 204-210.
Fitzgerald A. Naming the Mystery: An Augustinian Ideal. Religions. 2015; 6(1):204-210.Chicago/Turabian Style
Fitzgerald, Allan. 2015. "Naming the Mystery: An Augustinian Ideal." Religions 6, no. 1: 204-210.