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Cataphatic theology addresses what is known about God, what is known to be and how God is known to act within the context of a religion's dogmatic and ethical precepts. " . . . the role of cataphatic theology is to articulate anything that can be conceptualized about God."<ref> Chirban, John (2005)([http://ocampr.org/docs/ChirbanHolistic.pdf ''Orthodox Theologic Roots of Holistic Healing''] '''Orthodox Christian Assoc. of Medicine Psychology and Religion, Vol III, no. 2'''</ref>
Cataphatic theology addresses what is known about God, what is known to be and how God is known to act within the context of a religion's dogmatic and ethical precepts. " . . . the role of cataphatic theology is to articulate anything that can be conceptualized about God."<ref> Chirban, John (2005)([http://ocampr.org/docs/ChirbanHolistic.pdf ''Orthodox Theologic Roots of Holistic Healing''] '''Orthodox Christian Assoc. of Medicine Psychology and Religion, Vol III, no. 2'''</ref>


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Cataphatic theology addresses what is known about God, what is known to be and how God is known to act within the context of a religion's dogmatic and ethical precepts. " . . . the role of cataphatic theology is to articulate anything that can be conceptualized about God."[1]

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  1. Chirban, John (2005)(Orthodox Theologic Roots of Holistic Healing Orthodox Christian Assoc. of Medicine Psychology and Religion, Vol III, no. 2