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G D His Existence And His Nature -Rev. R. Garigou-Lagrange, O.P.

 

Two more appendices have been added in this fifth edition. The first is on "God Determining or Being Determined; there is no middle course." It is the conclusion of a controversy waged between 1925 and 1927, after the publication of my article on "Predeterminism" in the Dictionnaire Apologétique. The second is entitled: "The Foundation of the Real Distinction between Potency and Act, according to the Teaching of St. Thomas." This was written to answer the objections raised by M. L. Rougier in a recent book, in which he attacked the Christian faith and Thomism.








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