The Mystical Theology

Dionysius, or Pseudo-Dionysius, as he has come to be known in the contemporary world, was a Christian Neoplatonist who wrote in the late fifth or early sixth century CE and who transposed in a thoroughly original way the whole of Pagan Neoplatonism into a distinctively new Christian context.

In the following excerpts from his book The Mystical Theology we read some excellent examples of Negative Theology, a theology that expresses a very particular type of atheism that problematizes the religious notion of theism.