Bacon expresses theological and moral truths in terms of mathematical phraseology. He compares the Trinity to an **equilateral** triangle, argues that the divine light of grace reaches the good in a direct perpendicular ray, the weak in a refracted ray, and the bad in a reflected ray, and compares the virtues to the rational numbers, and the passions to the irrational, etc.

— Francis Seymour Stevenson,

Bacon expresses theological and moral truths in terms of mathematical phraseology. He compares the Trinity to an **equilateral** triangle, argues that the divine light of grace reaches the good in a direct perpendicular ray, the weak in a refracted ray, and the bad in a reflected ray, and compares the virtues to the rational numbers, and the passions to the irrational, etc.

— Francis Seymour Stevenson,