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Daily Archives: July 22, 2009
Eusebius and the Law
Johannes Quasten, Patrology, vol. III: The Golden Age of Patristic Literature (Westminster: Christian Classics, 1990) 331. Eusebius was a Christian thinker in the third-fourth centuries C.E. He wrote Demonstratio Evangelica in response to Jewish critics of Christianity. Quasten states: The … Continue reading
Frederick Copleston, A History of Philosophy, Volume I: Greece and Rome (Westminster: Newman, 1959) 331. For is it probable that Aristotle, having described God as the Unmoved Mover Whose causal activity is one of attraction–as Finis–and as knowing only Himself, … Continue reading
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