See Benedict XVI, ―Faith, Reason and the University‖: ―
Dehellenization first emerges in connection with the
postulates of the Reformation in the sixteenth century. Looking at the tradition of scholastic theology, the Reformers thought they were confronted with a faith system totally conditioned by philosophy, that is to say an articulation of the faith based on an alien system of thought.
As a result, faith no longer appeared as a living historical Word but as one element of an overarching philosophical system.
The principle of sola scriptura - Latin: by Scripture alone
on the other hand, sought faith in its pure, primordial form, as originally found in the biblical Word.
Metaphysics appeared as a premise derived from another source, from which faith had to be liberated in order to become once more fully itself. When Kant stated that he needed to set thinking aside in order to make room for faith