"contemplari et contemplata aliis tradere" ("to contemplate and pass on the contemplated things to others") —Dominican motto; cf. S.T. III q. 40 a. 1 ad 2
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Quote from: Kephapaulos on October 24, 2020, 11:24:36 AMthe Jesuit Molina's Molinism was condemned
Quotethese contradictory propositions: "Grace is intrinsically efficacious," and "Grace is not intrinsically efficacious," cannot be true at the same time or false at the same time; one is true, the other is false. The first is maintained by Thomism, the second by Molinism and likewise by the congruism of Suarez. Which, then, is true remains to be discovered.
QuoteWhat is your take on the De Auxiliis controversy, Geremia?
QuoteIn light of still present talks about it, would that mean that the past command pontiff who put a halt to the De auxiliis dispute is no longer canonically in force?
Quote[Pope Paul V,] aiming at the restoration of peace and charity between the religious orders, forbade by a decree of the Inquisition (1 December, 1611) the publication of any book concerning efficacious grace until further action by the Holy See. The prohibition remained in force during the greater part of the seventeenth century.
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