Journal article

God's Power and the Impossible: Who Delineates Them?

BHT

  • 2022
Published in:
  • Nova et vetera. - Project MUSE. - 2022, vol. 20, no. 1, p. 159-178
English An attempt to bring omnipotence and almightiness together. Searching for integration and unity in this field relies on the assumption that reason and faith aim at the very same truth who is God and his wisdom, embodied in both the created order and in the Paschal mystery. Instead of fostering a sharp divide of registers or notional contents between almightiness and omnipotence, I will argue that the very same attribute of the One True God might be approached by both philosophers and theologians, relying on their proper and different instances of judgment. The key to this epistemological argument will be provided by Thomas Aquinas’ analysis of the possible and the impossible, within a theology which remains mindful of God’s power.
Faculty
Faculté de théologie
Department
Département des Sciences de la foi et des religions, Philosophie
Language
  • English
Classification
Religion, theology
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https://folia.unifr.ch/unifr/documents/327648
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