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Philosophy and Theology

Volume 16, Issue 2, 2004

Jeffrey Bloechl
Pages 269-281

The Philosopher on the Road to Damascus
On Berton’s St. Paul

Will St. Paul have been a philosopher no less than an apostle and a believer? The proposal interests Stanislas Breton not so much as an occasion to redefine the relation between faith and reason as perhaps the site of their original emergence, together and at once, from a common source. In the image of Paul—who is Jewish, Greek, and Roman—struck down before the Cross, Breton sees the birth not only of a faith that transcends all particularity but also of a reason that refuses empty universality.

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