Author: Daniel A. DombrowskiPublish On: 2016-01-01
In response we should note that Thomas's concept of God is clear enough to enable him to defend a monopolar view, to speak in favor of divine omnipotence, and to indicate support for divine omniscience with respect to what are from a ...
Author: Daniel A. Dombrowski
Publisher: SUNY Press
A history of the concept of God through the lens of process thought.
In this series of messages, I will be speaking concerning the Christian life from another angle, from the angle of God's history. The living, purposeful, active, and acting God surely needs a history, a biography.
But if you find that we are taking our stand upon Scripture, then let no fear or temptation keep you from treading with us the path of faith and obedience to the Word of God,” Arthur C. Cochrane, The Church's Confession under Hitler ...
Author: Guido Stucco
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
Guido Stucco holds a Ph.D. in Historical Theology from Sait Louis University. He is currently working on a book documenting the developments in the doctrine of predestination, from the Council of Trent to the Jansenist controversy.
The only unconditional prospect is the promise and expectation of the suprahistorical fulfilment of history , of the Kingdom of God , in which that which has not been decided within history will be decided and that which has not been ...
Hegel does so, for example, in relation Kant and Schleiermacher by yoking (Schleiermacher's) inward feeling of God and (Kant's) rational belief in God as two steps whose difference gives rise to a greater unity – a thinking-feeling ...
Author: Kimerer L. LaMothe
LaMothe paves the way for new theories and methods in the study of religion and dance by critiquing and displacing a conceptual dichotomy between “religion” and “dance” forged in the colonial era that justified western Christian hostility towards dance traditions across six continents over six centuries.
When , in the whole history of the pagan world , had it been heard that the victors had spared the van- quished for the sake of the gods of the vanquished ? But in the sack of Rome the Christian shrines had been ...
what form will be taken by a theory of the universe based on the philosophy of history , for which , in his view , Kant's ... that the absolute is recognised as self - action , and thus as subject and ego , and therefore as a real God .
“ By passing from generation to generation into holy souls , she prepares friends of God and prophets " ( vii . 27 ) . It is she who was manifested in the history of Israel , e.g. in the pillar of fire and cloud , which led the ...
leads to redemption of the divine sparks in the world and in life . That sanctification is primarily expressed in the intensity of the performance of an action for the sake of the glory of God , and also in the overcoming of evil ...