Date of Award
Bachelor of Divinity (B.Div)
Most interesting to the present writer were Cusa’s mysticism and his universalist approach to Christian truth and values. A mystic, he, nevertheless, strove to communicate his insight rationally. Though a sincere reformer, he remained a loyal adherent of the Roman church.
Riedel, Paul M., "Nicolas of Cusa His Life and Thought" (1947). Bachelor of Divinity. 182.
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