This individual is man's supposed primitive ancestor. It is completely common for a scientist to reason that this individual had no religion, merely from the fact that none of the three drawings that have been discovered show any religious symbol.
This individual is, according to followers, the physical incarnation of the one God. His coming to the world marks the synthesis of man's natural religious desires of imagination and reason. With this individual, the transcendent God of the philosophers became the tangible God of the myth-makers.
This indiviidual was a Greek philosopher who, in Chesterton's estimation, may have been the greatest philosopher. Purely through the use of reason, he was able to come to a theoretical understanding of God wholly consistent with the God revealed by Christianity centuries later.
This individual was a medieval philosopher and theologian who synthesized another philosopher's philosophy...
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