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Chapter 6: Faith & Reason

Topic : source - chapter# — page# (topics listed below are in this format)
Benedictine monks : cfg - 6 — 130
charity : cfg - 6 — 130
Dark Ages : cfg - 6 — 130
faith, reason and : cfg - 6 — 130-58
Greek Orthodox Church : cfg - 6 — 130-1
Mass, liturgy of : cfg - 6 — 130
monks : cfg - 6 — 130-1
monks, ideals of : cfg - 6 — 130
nonviolence (ahimsa) : cfg - 6 — 130
pilgrimage : cfg - 6 — 130
reason (logos), faith and : cfg - 6 — 130-58
Roman Catholic Church, religious orders in : cfg - 6 — 130
Rome, destruction of : cfg - 6 — 130
Anselm, Archbishop of Canterbury : cfg - 6 — 131-5
Augustine, Bishop of Hippo : cfg - 6 — 131
God, as unknowable : cfg - 6 — 131-2
God, attributes and concepts of : cfg - 6 — 131-9
intellect : cfg - 6 — 131
Islam : cfg - 6 — 131
love : cfg - 6 — 131
monasteries : cfg - 6 — 131
poetry : cfg - 6 — 131-2
Proslogion (Anselm) : cfg - 6 — 131-2
William II "Rufus," King of England : cfg - 6 — 131
Augustine, Bishop of Hippo : cfg - 6 — 132
Denys the Areopagite : cfg - 6 — 132
God, "proofs" for existence of : cfg - 6 — 132
heart : cfg - 6 — 132
love : cfg - 6 — 132
Platonism : cfg - 6 — 132-3
prayer, as worship : cfg - 6 — 132
atheism : cfg - 6 — 133
monks, reading and study of : cfg - 6 — 133-4
Eadmer of Canterbury : cfg - 6 — 134-5
God, "proofs" for existence of : cfg - 6 — 134
meditation : cfg - 6 — 134
Prayers and Meditations (Anselm) : cfg - 6 — 134
soul : cfg - 6 — 134
Aristotle : cfg - 6 — 135
astronomy : cfg - 6 — 135
concentration : cfg - 6 — 135
creation, ex nihilo (from nothing) : cfg - 6 — 135
Farabi, Abu Nasr al- : cfg - 6 — 135
God, "proofs" for existence of : cfg - 6 — 135
Greeks, philosophy of : cfg - 6 — 135
Islam, theology and traditions of : cfg - 6 — 135-8
Kindi, Yaqub ibn Ishaq al- : cfg - 6 — 135
mathematics : cfg - 6 — 135
medicine : cfg - 6 — 135
metaphysics : cfg - 6 — 135
Muslims : cfg - 6 — 135-8
Muslims, cultural flowering of : cfg - 6 — 135-7
Muslims, philosophic tradition of : cfg - 6 — 135-9
Muslims, "proofs" of God's existence devised by : cfg - 6 — 135-7
mysticism, Islamic : cfg - 6 — 135-9
philosophy, Greek : cfg - 6 — 135
philosophy, Muslim : cfg - 6 — 135-9
Plato : cfg - 6 — 135
Plotinus : cfg - 6 — 135
Proslogion (Anselm) : cfg - 6 — 135
Qur'an : cfg - 6 — 135
Razi, Muhammad ibn Zakaria ar- : cfg - 6 — 135
religion, science and : cfg - 6 — 135
science, Greek : cfg - 6 — 135
science, religion and : cfg - 6 — 135
spiritual exercises : cfg - 6 — 135
yoga : cfg - 6 — 135
Allah : cfg - 6 — 136
Avicenna (Abu Ali ibn Sina) : cfg - 6 — 136-7
Denys the Areopagite : cfg - 6 — 136
dialectic : cfg - 6 — 136
gods, anthropomorphic : cfg - 6 — 136
Greeks, gods, myths, and religion of : cfg - 6 — 136
idolatry : cfg - 6 — 136
Islam, Ismaili sect of : cfg - 6 — 136
Kindi, Yaqub ibn Ishaq al- : cfg - 6 — 136
ritual, sacrificial : cfg - 6 — 136
sacrifice : cfg - 6 — 136
Sijistani, Abu Yaqub al- : cfg - 6 — 136
Sky Gods : cfg - 6 — 136
superstition : cfg - 6 — 136
Allah : cfg - 6 — 137
charity : cfg - 6 — 137
consciousness : cfg - 6 — 137
contemplation : cfg - 6 — 137
Farabi, Abu Nasr al- : cfg - 6 — 137
Ghazzali, Abu Hamid al- : cfg - 6 — 137-8
Incoherence of the Philosophers, The (al-Ghazzali) : cfg - 6 — 137
Islam, law of : cfg - 6 — 137-8
Muslims, law of : cfg - 6 — 137-8
anger : cfg - 6 — 138
Arabi, Muid ad-Din ibn al- : cfg - 6 — 138
Aristotle : cfg - 6 — 138
Buddhism : cfg - 6 — 138
Epicureanism : cfg - 6 — 138
God, presence of : cfg - 6 — 138
gods, anthropomorphic : cfg - 6 — 138
heart : cfg - 6 — 138
Jainism : cfg - 6 — 138
Jews, philosophical movements of : cfg - 6 — 138-9
Joseph, Saadia ibn : cfg - 6 — 138
Judaism, metaphysical dimension of : cfg - 6 — 138-9
Maimonides : cfg - 6 — 138-9
Muhammad ibn Abdullah, Prophet : cfg - 6 — 138
mysticism, Jewish : cfg - 6 — 138-9
nonviolence (ahimsa) : cfg - 6 — 138
Rumi, Jalal ad-Din : cfg - 6 — 138
spirituality : cfg - 6 — 138
Stoicism : cfg - 6 — 138
Sufis : cfg - 6 — 138-9
Suhrawardi, Yahya : cfg - 6 — 138
Abulafia, Abraham : cfg - 6 — 139
Anselm, Archbishop of Canterbury : cfg - 6 — 139
Crusades : cfg - 6 — 139-40
Gikatilla, Joseph : cfg - 6 — 139
God, as unknowable : cfg - 6 — 139
Guide to the Perplexed (Maimonides) : cfg - 6 — 139
idolatry : cfg - 6 — 139
Islam, Crusades against : cfg - 6 — 139-40
Islam, Western relations with : cfg - 6 — 139-40
Jerusalem, Crusaders' capture of : cfg - 6 — 139
Kabbalah : cfg - 6 — 139
Latif, Isaac de : cfg - 6 — 139
Leon, Moses de : cfg - 6 — 139
silence, spirituality and : cfg - 6 — 139
Spain : cfg - 6 — 139
spirituality, silence and : cfg - 6 — 139
Anselm, Archbishop of Canterbury : cfg - 6 — 140
anti-Semitism : cfg - 6 — 140
Aristotle : cfg - 6 — 140
Egypt : cfg - 6 — 140
Franciscan friars : cfg - 6 — 140
Francis of Assisi : cfg - 6 — 140
Greeks, philosophy of : cfg - 6 — 140
Greeks, rationalism of : cfg - 6 — 140
Jesus of Nazareth, imitation of : cfg - 6 — 140
Jews, philosophical movements of : cfg - 6 — 140
monks, ideals of : cfg - 6 — 140
Muslims, philosophic tradition of : cfg - 6 — 140
philosophy, Greek : cfg - 6 — 140
philosophy, Muslim : cfg - 6 — 140
pilgrimage : cfg - 6 — 140
poverty : cfg - 6 — 140
rationalism, Greek : cfg - 6 — 140
Roman Catholic Church, religious orders in : cfg - 6 — 140-1
Rome, destruction of : cfg - 6 — 140
science, Greek : cfg - 6 — 140
silence, spirituality and : cfg - 6 — 140-1
Spain : cfg - 6 — 140
spirituality, silence and : cfg - 6 — 140-1
Albert the Great : cfg - 6 — 141
Anselm, Archbishop of Canterbury : cfg - 6 — 141
Arabs : cfg - 6 — 141
Aristotelianism : cfg - 6 — 141
Aristotle, science and rationalism of : cfg - 6 — 141
Athanasius : cfg - 6 — 141
Augustine, Bishop of Hippo : cfg - 6 — 141
Being : cfg - 6 — 141
Cappadocian fathers : cfg - 6 — 141
Christianity, Eastern : cfg - 6 — 141
Christianity, Orthodox : cfg - 6 — 141
Christianity, theology and traditions of : cfg - 6 — 141-58
contemplation : cfg - 6 — 141
Crusades : cfg - 6 — 141
Denys the Areopagite : cfg - 6 — 141
Dominican friars : cfg - 6 — 141
Franciscan friars : cfg - 6 — 141
God, attributes and concepts of : cfg - 6 — 141-5
Greeks, rationalism of : cfg - 6 — 141
intellect : cfg - 6 — 141
Islam, Crusades against : cfg - 6 — 141
Jews, philosophical movements of : cfg - 6 — 141
Maimonides : cfg - 6 — 141
Maximus the Confessor : cfg - 6 — 141
metaphysics : cfg - 6 — 141
monks, ideals of : cfg - 6 — 141
Muslims, philosophic tradition of : cfg - 6 — 141
Naples, University of : cfg - 6 — 141
philosophy, Muslim : cfg - 6 — 141
poverty : cfg - 6 — 141
rationalism, Greek : cfg - 6 — 141
Thomas Aquinas : cfg - 6 — 141-6
atheism "new" : cfg - 6 — 142
Denys the Areopagite : cfg - 6 — 142
fundamentalism, new atheists attack on : cfg - 6 — 142
God, as unknowable : cfg - 6 — 142
God, "proofs" for existence of : cfg - 6 — 142-6
idolatry : cfg - 6 — 142
Jesus of Nazareth, ascension of : cfg - 6 — 142
language, limitations of : cfg - 6 — 142
metaphysics : cfg - 6 — 142
Paul of Tarsus : cfg - 6 — 142
rationalism : cfg - 6 — 142
revelation : cfg - 6 — 142
Summa Theologiae (Thomas Aquinas) : cfg - 6 — 142-6
Thomas Aquinas, five "proofs" for the existence of God by : cfg - 6 — 142-6
transcendence : cfg - 6 — 142
Word : cfg - 6 — 142
Anselm, Archbishop of Canterbury : cfg - 6 — 143
Aristotle : cfg - 6 — 143-4
Avicenna (Abu Ali ibn Sina) : cfg - 6 — 143-4
First Cause, r : cfg - 6 — 143
Augustine, Bishop of Hippo : cfg - 6 — 145
intellect : cfg - 6 — 145
language, limitations of : cfg - 6 — 145
mystery : cfg - 6 — 145
Anselm, Archbishop of Canterbury : cfg - 6 — 146
belief : cfg - 6 — 146
Bonaventure, John of Fidanza : cfg - 6 — 146-9
Denys the Areopagite : cfg - 6 — 146
Franciscan friars : cfg - 6 — 146-51
Francis of Assisi : cfg - 6 — 146
monks, ideals of : cfg - 6 — 146
poverty : cfg - 6 — 146
Roman Catholic Church, religious orders in : cfg - 6 — 146
Augustine, Bishop of Hippo : cfg - 6 — 147
Being : cfg - 6 — 147-8
Denys the Areopagite : cfg - 6 — 147
Journey of the Mind to God, The (Bonaventure) : cfg - 6 — 147
science, natural : cfg - 6 — 147
Thomas Aquinas : cfg - 6 — 147
Cappadocian fathers : cfg - 6 — 148
God, presence of : cfg - 6 — 148
Jesus of Nazareth, Word incarnate : cfg - 6 — 148
Journey of the Mind to God, The (Bonaventure) : cfg - 6 — 148-9
language, limitations of : cfg - 6 — 148
Trinity : cfg - 6 — 148
Word, Jesus incarnation of : cfg - 6 — 148
Oxford University : cfg - 6 — 149
Scotus, John Duns : cfg - 6 — 149-51
theology, natural : cfg - 6 — 149-50
Aristotelianism : cfg - 6 — 150-1
Aristotle, science and rationalism of : cfg - 6 — 150-1
France : cfg - 6 — 150
Greeks, rationalism of : cfg - 6 — 150-1
Ockham, William of : cfg - 6 — 150-2
physics : cfg - 6 — 150
rationalism, Greek : cfg - 6 — 150-1
Roman Catholic Church, 1277 Condemnations by : cfg - 6 — 150-1
angels : cfg - 6 — 151
Oresme, Nicolas : cfg - 6 — 151-2
Augustine, Bishop of Hippo : cfg - 6 — 152
Bonaventure, John of Fidanza : cfg - 6 — 152
Cappadocian fathers : cfg - 6 — 152
Catherine of Siena : cfg - 6 — 152
Denys the Areopagite : cfg - 6 — 152
Fire of Love, The (Rolle) : cfg - 6 — 152-3
Gerson, Jean de, : : cfg - 6 — 152
intellect : cfg - 6 — 152
John of the Cross : cfg - 6 — 152
Julian of Norwich : cfg - 6 — 152
KempeäMargery : cfg - 6 — 152
mysticism, Roman Catholic : cfg - 6 — 152-4
prayer, as worship : cfg - 6 — 152-3
Rolle, Richard : cfg - 6 — 152-4
Ruysbroek, Jan van : cfg - 6 — 152
Scotus, John Duns : cfg - 6 — 152
spirituality, theology vs. : cfg - 6 — 152-8
Suso, Henry : cfg - 6 — 152
Tauler, Johannes : cfg - 6 — 152
Teresa of Avila : cfg - 6 — 152
theology, spirituality vs. : cfg - 6 — 152-8
Thomas Aquinas : cfg - 6 — 152
Catherine of Siena : cfg - 6 — 153-4
ecstasy (ekstasis) : cfg - 6 — 153-4
zen : cfg - 6 — 153
Dominican friars : cfg - 6 — 154-5
Eckhart, Meister : cfg - 6 — 154-5
intellect : cfg - 6 — 154
Roman Catholic Church, religious orders in : cfg - 6 — 154-5
self-forgetfulness (kenosis) : cfg - 6 — 154-5
Denys the Areopagite : cfg - 6 — 155-6
Julian of Norwich : cfg - 6 — 155-6
Platonism : cfg - 6 — 155
Cloud of Unknowing, The (anonymous) : cfg - 6 — 156-8
Eckhart, Meister : cfg - 6 — 156
Mystical Theology (Denys) : cfg - 6 — 156
prayer : cfg - 6 — 156
Rolle, Richard : cfg - 6 — 156
Trinity : cfg - 6 — 156
Virgin Mary : cfg - 6 — 156
mysticism, Roman Catholic : cfg - 6 — 157-8
Denys the Carthusian : cfg - 6 — 158
idolatry : cfg - 6 — 158
monks : cfg - 6 — 158
Ockham, William of : cfg - 6 — 158
Scotus, John Duns : cfg - 6 — 158
spirituality : cfg - 6 — 158
universe, see also cosmos; Earth; planets; stars unknowing; : cfg - 6 — 158
God, modern : cfg - 6 — 159-317
religion, modern : cfg - 6 — 159-317

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