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Topic: [HM] mathematics and religion/faith
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Barney Hughes

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Re: [HM] mathematics and religion/faith
Posted: Apr 15, 2004 8:30 AM
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If the use of mathematics as an adjunct to religion falls within your
interest, then please consult ARCHIVUM FRANCISCANUM HISTORICUM, 1982-84.
Within that time frame (I don't have a copy of the articles before me),
two lengthy articles appeared. The first illustrates how the great
theologians (Bonaventure, Duns Scotus, and others) used mathematics to
bolster their theological arguments; the second list Franciscans from
the earliest times to 1821 who wrote on mathematics.

Pace et bene!

Barnabas Hughes, O.F.M.






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