At its deepest level faith is an act—and then a habit—of the soul, through which the soul is joined to Christ. This truth may be clearer if we employ the Greek word for soul, psyche. Recourse to this noun prompts us to think of faith in psychological terms. Faith has to do with psychology. It is that through which I am joined to Christ by way of a psychological transformation.
Because of a necessary concentration on the noetic and dogmatic content of faith, it is easy to overlook the psychologi . . .
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