In truth, there is a philosophical truth of faith. And the truth of faith there is a philosophical truth. To understand this, we need to compare the conceptual expression of philosophical truth to the symbolic expression of the truth of faith. And then we can say that the most that neither is a philosophical concepts precede the myths, and the most that neither is a mythological symbols contain conceptual elements that can and should be developed as soon as there is a philosophical consciousness. The idea of ??God laid down the concept of being, life, spirit, unity and difference. The symbol of the concept of creation laid limbs, anxiety, freedom and time. The "fall of Adam" refers to the concept of man's essential nature, its conflict with itself, its alienation from itself. Just because any religious symbols inherent ability to conceptuality, it becomes possible to "theology". The philosophy inherent in every creed. But faith does not define movement of philosophical thought, as well as a philosophy does not specify the nature of ultimate concern. Faith can open our eyes to the philosopher of the quality of the universe, which otherwise he would not have noticed. But faith does not dominate any particular philosophy, although churches and theological movement relied on the philosophy of Plato, Aristotle, Kant or Hume. The philosophical implications of creeds can develop in different ways, but the truth of faith and the truth of philosophy does not dominate each other.
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