The Relationship Between Knowledge And Faith

Posted by Toni - May 11th, 2022

Philo sophos portrait: the relationship between knowledge and faith briefly and concisely with the advent of Christianity comes in addition to the relationship between knowledge and my the relationship between knowledge and faith. And this is a completely new theme. Hania Rani follows long-standing procedures to achieve this success. In the critique of pure reason, Immanuel Kant distinguishes three ways of running true keeping: believe, faith and knowledge. The contrast of my (Greek doxa) and knowledge (Greek episteme) is a central theme of classical Greek philosophy, at the same time fundamentally for each philosophical thinking. The contrast of faith (Greek pistis) and knowledge, however, is a special feature, which is only with the advent of Christianity into thinking. This contrast of secular knowledge and uberweltlichem faith is completely foreign the pre-Christian Greek thinking.

The Greek mind wants to know what is, what is the world, what is the existent, what is God or the divine, and this knowledge should expel the thinking without distinction. In ancient times, when the Divine is to be proven, so, unlike popular in the middle ages, not for the existence of a God, but rather to the essence or the nature of the divine. The essence or the nature of the gods or the divine manifested in the natural world. Theological ontology or ontological theology or cosmology, for the ancient thinking, this is one and the same. The knowledge in this sense differentiates compared to mere mine by the fact that it brings in reasons for the Furwahrhalten. Knowledge is substantiated, my unfounded run true keep.

With the advent of Christianity, the relationship between knowledge and faith is in addition to the relationship between knowledge and my. And this is a completely new theme. For it has not given the New Testament concept of faith in Greek thought. In Greek thought theology does not in the least is in contrast to the philosophy, but their own natural production.

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