theology

human reason wedded to truth

Is this a question? Are we supposed to somehow metaphysically know the question associated with this?

Do you have any thinking on this matter?

The "truth" is "human" and "reason" are very seldom associated much less "wedded". At best perhaps a "casual liason". <G>

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