Thus, "philosophical wisdom cannot contradict the perceptions of the connaturally
wise person" (p.
5) Ellacuria uses "the Third World" to introduce the Christian paradox: it is the place to announce the Good News; there the Good News is accepted connaturally
, and, like the Suffering Servant, the Third World brings salvation.
The late Wilfred Cantwell Smith, one of the greatest historians of religion in the 20th century, suggested that Christians of a Calvinistic background (like himself) were connaturally
disposed to understand the religious traditions of Islam.
Protestant thinkers connaturally
find in postmodernity's deconstruction of ontology a convergence with its own suspicion of the inner intelligibility of nature and being.
tending to a super-natural object in a particular way, - connaturally
, and effecting with it a particular union.