3 edition of A short treatise on Divine prescience found in the catalog.
A short treatise on Divine prescience
|Statement||By John Phillips ... ; [One line from Psalms]|
|Series||Early American imprints -- no. 34374.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, , 7-49,  p.|
|Number of Pages||49|
p. p. I. CHAP. I Most of the Philalethes already answered by Origen So then, my dear friend, you find worthy of no little admiration the parallel 1 which, embellished with many marvels, this author has drawn between the man of Tyana and our own Saviour and teacher. For against the rest of the contents of the "Lover of Truth" (Philalethes), for so he has thought fit to entitle his work. Fortunately, we are blessed with some wonderful seminal works by the progenitors Divine Science. Instead, of merely duplicating the wonderful work that so many great spiritual leaders have done, we will now link to the best resources for Divine Science texts online.
Without his brilliant defense, both profound and at times earthy, we might well have had no icons, murals, and mosaics in churches to elevate and enrich our spirits. This fresh and complete translation, by a distinguished patristic scholar, of John's three treatises on the divine images shows us the issue at stake both then and now. In Book Three, Chapter 2, UJsk asks how a man is to do this good service, and is told 'through free choice,' whereupon Usk wishes to know if God's prescience of future events, which implies their necessity, does not stand in contradiction to free choice. Thus the discussion turns to the relations of Divine prescience and liberum arbitrium.
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A short treatise on Divine prescience, to which is affixed, a letter, on the subject of guile, addressed to the Rev.
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