Handbook on Faith, Hope, and Love: Lesson 2, question 1

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1. Augustine says that we do not need to understand the "nature of things" in order to understand "matters or religion." Is that correct? How might our understanding of the nature of things obscure matters of religion? How might understanding of the nature of things deepen our understanding of matters of religion? Does this apply to modern scientific knowledge?

I don't agree with the by Eli-Chile

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