Author: Rev. Reginald Garrigou-Lagrange O.P.Publish On: 2013-03-13
and grace. It is likewise the basis of Christian humility and of our gratitude to God, “who hath first loved us. ... 2. Works of St. Thomas and of Thomists on grace St. Thomas, In II Sent., d. 26–28; la Uae, q. 109–14; Contra Gentes, ...
Author: Rev. Reginald Garrigou-Lagrange O.P.
Publisher: Lulu Press, Inc
Father Garrigou-Lagrange seeks to synthesize the teachings of St. Thomas with those of St. John of the Cross in this book on the deifying life of grace. He distinguishes the various modes and movements of grace in the spiritual life from conversion to entrance into glory, arguing that all Christians are called to the experience of contemplation.
2 (1994): 131–156. “God's General Concurrence with Secondary ... Frins, V. “Concours Divin.” In Dictionnaire de Théologie ... Garrigou-Lagrange, Reginald. Grace: Commentary on the Summa Theologica of St. Thomas, Ia IIae, q. 109–114.
Author: Justin M. Anderson
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Explores how Aquinas's understanding of virtue developed as his consideration of sin, grace, and God's action in human life deepened.
( International Theological Library . ) 7th impression . Edinburgh : T. & T. Clark , 1949 . GARRIGOU - LAGRANGE , R. Grace : A Commentary on the Summa Theologica of Thomas Aquinas 1a - 11ae Q. 109–114 . Eng . trans . St. Louis : B.
Fesko, John V. Beyond Calvin: Union with Christ and Justification in Early Modern Reformed Theology (1517–1700). Göttingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 2012. ... Grace: Commentary on the Summa Theologica of St. Thomas, Ia IIae, Q. 109–114.
Author: B. Hoon Woo
Publisher: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht
The doctrine of the pactum salutis (covenant of redemption) offers the idea of a covenant between the very persons of the Trinity for the redemption of humanity. The doctrine received most of its attention in seventeenth-century Reformed theology, and has been criticized and almost totally forgotten in dogmatics since the eighteenth century. Most recent Reformed dogmatics tend to ignore the doctrine or disparage it from biblical, trinitarian, christological, pneumatological, and soteriological perspectives-namely, the doctrine lacks scriptural basis; it is tritheistic; it leads to subordination of the Son; it omits the role of the Holy Spirit; and it applies a deterministic idea for the Christian life. The theologies of Witsius, Owen, Dickson, Goodwin, and Cocceius portray a very robust form of the doctrine. Witsius argues with the help of a peculiar methodology of cross-referencing and collation of related scriptural texts that the doctrine is firmly based on biblical exegesis that was passed on from the patristic era. The doctrine formulated by Owen endorses the doctrines of inseparable operations and terminus operationis so as to give deep insight into the Trinity. In Dickson's doctrine, the Son's voluntary consent and obedience to the will of the Father are highly emphasized. Likewise, Goodwin's depiction of the Holy Spirit secures the divinity of the Spirit as well as his indispensable role for the transaction and accomplishment of the pactum. The doctrine in the theology of Cocceius sheds much light on the vibrant dynamic of the Christian life in accordance with the ordo salutis. The doctrine of the pactum salutis of the five Reformed theologians clearly shows that the doctrine is both promised and promising for theology and the life of faith.
Thomas situates the treatise on grace at the end of the prima-secundae, centered in the middle of the second part. ... See also Brian V. Johnstone, “The Debate on the Structure of the Summa Theologiae of St. Thomas Aquinas: From Chenu ...
Author: Shawn M. Colberg
"Explores the relationship between the theologies of Thomas Aquinas and St. Bonaventure on the topics of merit and reward. The author uses the motif of a "journey" to situate each of these theologies of rewards within the broader context of the "wayfarer's" life in grace"--
These include the two great Summae: the Summa Contra Gentiles, and his crowning achievement, the Summa Theologiae, ... two places in the Summa: first, in Aquinas's presentation of justification within the treatise on grace (ST I-II, qq.
Author: Justin S. Holcomb
Publisher: NYU Press
The ways in which pivotal spiritual figures have attempted to address the complex and various theories of salvation Salvation – redemption or deliverance from sin – has been a key focus of Christian theology since the first days of the church. Theologians from St. Augustine to Karl Barth have debated the finer points of salvation for nearly as long, offering a bewildering array of competing and often contradictory theories. Christian Theologies of Salvation explores the ways in which pivotal theological figures have attempted to answer these questions, tracing doctrines of salvation from the first century into the twenty-first century. Each chapter focuses on a different major theologian, first presenting the theologian’s doctrine of salvation, then highlighting how the doctrine makes a distinct contribution to the church’s overall dogma. The volume offers a comparative focus, including doctrines of salvation that reflect the historical development of Catholic, Orthodox, and Protestant views. By illuminating the ways in which doctrines of salvation have evolved over the church’s history, Justin Holcomb takes us across the teachings of Origin and Augustine, John Calvin and Martin Luther, and eventually to the more modern theologies of Karl Barth and Gustavo Gutiérrez. A much-needed map to the options and implications of different theologies of salvation, this book is essential reading for students and scholars of Christian thought.
A Study in the Theology of Luther Brian Albert Gerrish. by Charles E. Hay . ... Watson , PHILIP S. Let God Be God ! ... GARRIGOU - LAGRANGE , R. Grace : A Commentary on the Summa Theologica of Thomas Aquinas 1a -- 11ae Q. 109–114 .
This bibliographic listing of works in English by and about members of the Order of Friars Preachers actually begins with a translation of the confirmation of the Dominican Order by Pope Honorius III on December 22, 1216. Works and lives of great Dominicans such as Saints Dominic, Catherine of Siena, Thomas Aquinas, Albert the Great, Pope Pius V, and Martin de Porres are listed. Prominent personages such as Fra Angelico, Savonarola, Bartolommeo de las Casas, Samuel Mazzuchelli, Dominic Pire (Nobel Prize recipient), and M. J. La Grange (founder of the Ecole Biblique) also appear in this work. The Dominicans founded colleges and universities around the globe, and their scholarly, historical, and artistic works have illumined the world for almost eight hundred years. This bibliography is an invaluable resource for scholars and researchers covering a wide range of topics.