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That in the mere exercise of our own natural reason and understanding, with the help of external means, we cannot attain that knowledge of the mind and will of God in the Scripture, of the sense and meaning of the Holy Ghost therein, which is required of us in a way of duty, without the special aid and assistance of the Holy Spirit of
In this sense Catholic theology presupposes the certain truths of natural reason as the preambula fidei, philosophy
The truth of faith is not denied by contrary assertions of natural reason because revelation itself derives from a source inacces - sible to human reason.