The rational response to beholding God's creation (Augustine)

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There is no person rationally looking upon the heavens and the Earth, and all the visible natures ordered and measured and formed in their kinds, who either believes that there is some architect of everything other than God or does not admit that He is to be praised beyond words.

Augustine of Hippo, On the Free Choice of the Will (c. 387-95), ed. and trans. Peter King (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2010), 3.12.35.123.
 
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