GREEK TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] in  serves not to restrict the opening thesis to any specific class; and then - serve to limit the thesis to people who are connaturally
disposed to seek admiration and attention.
68) On the ethical plane, connaturality implies a "felt resonance" between actor and ethical act or between actor and object of the act; on the mystical axis, God is known and willed connaturally
through an "attunement with the divine (the res divinae), the sacred, the holy.
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.