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Dr. Robert H. Ayers

Wrong Dr. Robert H. Ayers?

Professor

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University of Georgia
2356 Rainwater Road
Tifton, Georgia 31793
United States

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Web References
Christianism.com - Article 12; More Homo Sapiens
www.christianism.com, 16 Sept 1999 [cached]
An expression frequently cited out of its context [yes!] where it appears in a series of paradoxes [refuted by Robert H. Ayers (see following Excursus)].- Tertullian, On the Body of Christ, V. " [59].
[found 6/11/96 (first noted this quote, and Tertullian as the credited source, c. 1993)].
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Excursus: from: Language, Logic, and Reason in the Church Fathers: A Study of Tertullian, Augustine, and Aquinas, Robert H. Ayers, Department of Philosophy and Religion, University of Georgia, Athens, Georgia, U.S.A., Altertumswissenschaftliche Texte und Studien, Band VI, Georg Olms, Hildesheim, 1979. [found 6/12/96].
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This writer [Robert H. Ayers] suspects that there is some historical reason behind the popular misquoting of this passage, but has been unable to discover what it is.In any case, this error contributes to what this writer regards as a misunderstanding not only of Tertullian's argument on this particular point but also of his total perspective on the relation of Christianity and philosophy, faith and reason.See my article "Tertullian's 'Paradox' and 'Contempt for Reason' Reconsidered", Expository Times, Vol.LXXXVII, No. 10, July 1976, PP.308-311.' [131].
Fuller Center Happenings | The Fuller Center for Housing
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At age 95, Dr. Robert H. Ayers has seen a lot of history. And as a religious scholar, writer and long-time professor at the University of Georgia, he is a beacon of spiritual enlightenment.
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