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HISTORY of Christian Theology

Comes from the Latin word for understanding, “intellectus”, and refers to Plato’s distinction between things which can be perceived through our senses (sensible things) and those which can only be understood through our intellect, such as ideas or images in our mind of some ideal item such as a circle. The term is also used in contrast to the incomprehensibility of the highest divine principle, that was later identified in Christianity as God.

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