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Muslim, Jewish, and Christian philosophers interpreted and clarified these writings in an effort to reconcile philosophy with religious faith and to provide rational grounds for their religious beliefs. Human nature is limited, Augustine believes, and thus we�re not in a position by ourselves to comprehend the most important ones. The author also presents moral interpretations of the ritual laws, holding that such laws are designed to teach man righteousness, holiness, and perfection of character.

Pages: 280

Publisher: CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS (1987)

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