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This theology defined faith as an intellectual assent to divinely revealed truths as taught by the Roman Catholic Church. Faith was described as a supernatural act based on the motive of the authority of God, and, as such, it possessed a certitude that went beyond all human acts of certitude. As a supernatural act, grace was understood as giving a new inner structure to the faith-knowledge of the believer. At the same time, faith was held to be a reasonable act based on rational evidence. Reasoning to a judgment of credibility was a necessary condition for the reasonableness of faith.
Arianism, a fourth-century heresy named after its leader Arius, taught that Jesus did not have a divine nature and therefore was not God. The Council of Nicaea, 325, which condemned Arius, taught that Jesus had the same nature as God. This is the view accepted by Rome. A compromise group known as the semi-Arians taught that Jesus had a nature that was similar to the divined nature but was not exactly the same. The ghost of the Monophysite analogy returned again, this time in the form of Arianism.
31 But, gradually Newman came to reject the rationalism of Whately, because it subjected the truths of faith to the proof of Newman’s Theology of Faith 17 reason. Newman did not think that faith could be completely subjected to reason; to do so would reduce faith to a rational conclusion to a syllogism. In reacting to this type of rationalism, Newman’s purpose in the University Sermons was to find a way of explaining how the response of faith can be an act that is compatible with reason without being reduced to a purely rational act.
Catholicism (New Study Edition, Completely Revised and Updated) by Richard P. Mcbrien