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“For this high and fascinating purpose, we have first to operate in the advice of Leonardo da Vinci one of the greatest transdisciplinarian though ante litteram, that is to make our entire being a universal one, so that we can look at things in her totality.”
“Since at least as far back as St. Augustine I suggest reading De Genesi ad litteram libri duodecim, it was understood that Christianity has no quarrel with science.”
“Mediis inseruit papillis litteram ejus, mille prius pangens suavia.”
“Saint Augustine (A.D. 354-430) in his work The Literal Meaning of Genesis (De Genesi ad litteram libri duodecim) provided excellent advice for all Christians who are faced with the task of interpreting Scripture in the light of scientific knowledge.”
“Augustine, 1982, De genesi ad litteram (The Literal Meaning of Genesis), 2 vol., tr.”
“He draws heavily on Augustine's commentaries on Genesis, especially De Genesi ad litteram, as well as Ambrose's De Paradiso and Gregory of Nyssa's De hominis opificio.”
“His De Genesi ad litteram is a carefully analytical exegetic work that provided answers for most of the thorny questions raised by the complicated language of Genesis as well as by the twofold account of man's creation.”
“De Genesi contra Manicheos; De Genesi ad litteram, liber imperfectus (both written before the Confessions); De Genesi ad litteram, libri XII and”
“Alterum alphabetum occultum in eo consistit, quod ordine elementorum in uerso vltimam litteram [Hebrew: T] cum prima [Hebrew: '], & hanc cum illa vicissim permutent, & sic etiam reliquas: quam inversionem [Hebrew:' TBSH] dicere moris est.”
“Illud vehementissime observare debemus, ut _con_ et _in_ quotiensque post se habent S vel F litteram, videamus quemadmodum pronuntientur.”
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