Review of Metaphysics 2 (8):97-104 (1949)

From all this activity, it would seem that we know what the term "theology" means. It is, after all, the label of an academic discipline operating within a well circumscribed field of cognition. Yet if we look more closely, we are ever more embarrassed to define exactly the subject-matter of theology. The self-evidence which theology attributes to the definition of its subject-matter is a dubious advantage. For it is exactly the seemingly self-evident which has to be subjected to the questio iuris.
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