Monthly Archives: June 2016

Eternal God and a World That Need Not Be

As I write this article, I am sitting on my deck with my two Collies, Tiriel and Fëanor. They are keeping vigilant watch. The clouds are gathering. The thunder is getting closer. With each peal they scramble around the deck, … Continue reading

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“For the divinity is Father, Son, and Holy Spirit, and the divinity is in the Father, and in the Son, and in the Holy Spirit”

God is one, because divinity is one: a unity without first principle, simple and beyond substance, both inseparable and indivisible. The same is unity and Trinity: the same is a whole unity and the same is a whole Trinity, a … Continue reading

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Fr Andrew Louth on “Theology of the ‘In-Between'”

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Musings on Analogy, Univocity, and the Metaphysics of Being

by Brian C. Moore, Ph.D. The perfect being god of theistic personalism (or as David Hart prefers, mono-poly-theism) is the perfection of any possible creature times infinity. Yet because such a god is on the same plane of existence as … Continue reading

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