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  1. To What Extent Can Aquinas’ Understanding Of The Trinity Be Termed ‘Apophatic’?Alan Darley - 2009 - Quodlibet 8.
  2. Religion’s Appeal.Jasper Doomen - 2009 - Quodlibet 8.
    In this article, it is inquired which reasons are decisive for acting in accordance with divine commands, and whether these can be regarded as moral reasons; the emphasis lies on Christianity. To this effect, the position of God as a – basic – lawgiver is expounded, with special attention to the role His power plays. By means of an account of the grounds given to obey God, the selfish motives in this respect are brought to light. It is questioned whether (...)
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  3. Lonergan, Emergent Evolution and the Cosmic Process.Anthony Kelly - 2009 - Quodlibet 8.
    The search for God’s motive for creation begins with Aristotle, who almost solves the problem but considers he has developed an antinomy. God’s motive becomes clear when Samuel Alexander’s and Bernard Lonergan’s understandings of the Cosmos as an Emergent process is applied to Aristotle’s original conclusions. God’s motive appears to be to make possible the self-development of other entities to enable them to become similar to God. Samuel Alexander identifies the Emergent stages of the process of cosmic development. Bernard Lonergan (...)
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  4. Religious Film Fears 4: Abandoning Orthodoxy, Paganisation and the Ascendancy of Post-Christian Culture.Anton Kozlovic - 2009 - Quodlibet 8.
    In his previous Quodlibet articles, Anton Karl Kozlovic explicated the religious films fears associated with: satanic infusion, graven images and iconographic perversion, cinematic sinfulness, and being sacrilegious, criticising or devaluing the faith. In this latest instalment, he explores the religious film fears of abandoning orthodoxy, paganisation and the ascendancy of post-Christian culture. Utilising humanist film criticism as the guiding analytical lens, the critical film and religion literature was briefly reviewed and the popular Hollywood cinema selectively scanned to reveal the religionist (...)
     
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  5. The Gospel Revisited From Different Semitic “Ifs”.Jean Lauand - 2009 - Quodlibet 8.
    From the Quran and Arabic Language - and all the results apply to Hebraic and Aramaic as well - this paper discusses the real sense of some passages of the Gospel, specially the parable of the Good Samaritan and the episode of Zacchaeus, showing how Exegesis depends on the Semitic distinction between three different “ifs” while our Western Languages confound them in only one “if”.
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  6. Christian Economic Principles Underlying 21st-Century Practices: Joseph Smith Jr. And Jose Maria Arizmendiarrieta.Susan Rather - 2009 - Quodlibet 8.
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