Luther on Philosophy and Johann Eck
Martin Luther wrote:
Plato, the heathen, said of God: God is nothing and yet everything; him followed Eck and the sophists, who understood nothing thereof, as their words show. But we must understand and spake of it in this manner: God is incomprehendible and invisible; that, therefore, which may be seen and comprehended, is not God.
from Luther's Table Talk.
© 2004 Mark Gstohl, PhD.