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De Essentia Patris Et Filii Patrologiae Cursus Completus; Series Latini; Tomas vol. X; Columns 887-888 is a religious text that delves into the essence of the Father and the Son in the context of Christianity. The various authors featured in this volume provide deep insights and interpretations of theological concepts that are sure to stimulate profound contemplation and reflection.

The writing in this volume is scholarly and well-researched, offering readers a comprehensive understanding of the subject matter. The authors demonstrate a strong command of the Latin language, making this text ideal for those looking to delve into theological studies in their original language.

Overall, De Essentia Patris Et Filii Patrologiae Cursus Completus; Series Latini; Tomas vol. X; Columns 887-888 is a valuable addition to any theological library. It provides a thorough exploration of the relationship between the Father and the Son, offering readers a deeper understanding of fundamental Christian beliefs. Highly recommended for those interested in theological scholarship.

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DE ESSENTIA PATRIS ET FILII

CONTRA HÆRETICOS LIBER UNUS.

[Column 887] Hunc quoque librum a Ludovico Miræo ex Victorina bibliotheca vulgatum, e libris de Trinitate conflatum esse primus observavit Gillotius: qui locis, e quibus centones quique distracti sunt, notatis, cætera suppressit. Et vero quis rivulos quæritet fæculentos, cum purum fontem ad manum habeat?

Loquitur Evangelium, qui non honorificat Filium, non honorificat Patrem qui misit illum. Conclusa sunt omnia adversus hæretici furoris ingenia, etc., ex lib. VII de Trin. a num. 21 post medium, ad hæc ejusdem libri num. 31. Et quia calumnia dicti tamquam insolentis exsisteret, ut conscientiam (potentiam) potius naturæ demonstraret. Quibus subnectit auctor hæc num. 33. Et audiamus eum omnem fidei hujus cognitionem Apostolis revelantem: ait enim, Ego sum via et veritas et vita, nisi quod pro Et audiamus, ponit audi: ac prosequitur usque isthæc num. 39, ut hic Domini sermo sequeretur, Non creditis quoniam ego in Patre, et Pater in me? Hinc [Column 888] transit ad lib. VIII, unde primum præmissis vocabulis , Fratres mei, exscribit hæc num. 14. Quæ scripta sunt legamus, et quæ legerimus intelligamus: et ubi pervenit ad verba num. 20. Omnia quæ habet Pater, Filii sunt: et omnia quæ Filii sunt, Patris sunt... Continue reading book >>




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