General History of the Christian Religion and Church Volume 8

General History of the Christian Religion and Church Volume 8

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1852 edition. Excerpt: ...obedientialiter sunt in nature et quae secundum causales rationes pertinent ad causam superiorem, negavit commoda, quia haec ad naturam non pertinent, soil ad causam superiorem. 3 The causae seminales. 4 Non modo nature ab intrinsecus generente, sed extrinsecns adhibitis motibus et foment-. 6 Hoc quod secundum ordinem naturae paulatim operantis produceretur, velocins et repente producitur. VOL. VIII. Q 1 Quod in potestate noturne nullo modo potest esse, et tauien ad naturam se habet ut perfectio naturae. S Sunt ad simile in specie causae seminales et obedientales, et boc ideo, quod seminales sunt ad institutionem naturae, obedientales autem et causales ad comiptae naturae restaurationem nee potest corrupla natura restaurari nisi per eadem aut siuilia. quibus instituta est, et ideo omne miraculum deducit ad aliquid simile naturae. See the Summa, p. ii. Tract, viii. Quaest. xxx. seqq. 9 Summa, lib. i. Quaest. cv. Artie, vi. The causae sccundae. S Quod Dens sic rebus certum ordinem indidit, ut lamen sibi ipsi reservaret, quod ipse aliqunudo aliter ex cansa esaet facturus. Unde, cum praeter hunc ordinem agit, ipn ir.ntatur. The miracle is so called only in reference to the capability of nature, which some event transcends.1 Hence, different degrees of miraculous power may be supposed. In his inquiry respecting the idea of the miracle, in his commentary on the Sentences,2 he starts, like Albertus Magnus, with making the distinction between the rationes causales vel obedientales, and the rationes seminalea in nature. And he, too, places the supernatural, not in an infringement of the former, but of the latter. Accurately understood, however, the miracle, even in relation to the latter, is not an event running counter to them, but exalted above...show more

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  • Paperback | 220 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 12mm | 399g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236584198
  • 9781236584199