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  1. He meant that believing in God and using the religious authority of the Bible and the Church helps him to understand the world, society and himself more deeply, and testing the truths of faith with reason helps him to take deeper and stronger roots in faith. What Aurelius Augustine wanted to say was that reason without faith in the true God is blind, but faith without reason is also blind. The teaching of St. Augustine will then be developed by the Catholic tradition (both theology and philosophy), where the question of the relationship between faith and knowledge will always be very acute.

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