Laval Théologique et Philosophique 64 (2):455-466 (2008)

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Le théologien Henri Bouillard confronte les conceptions weilienne et lévinasienne de Dieu, parce qu’il ne les partage pas entièrement: pour lui comme pour les deux philosophes, Dieu n’est pas un étant; mais pour lui contrairement à Éric Weil, Dieu transcende le monde; et pour lui contrairement à Emmanuel Lévinas, Dieu ne reste pas transcendant, il devient immanent au monde en s’incarnant en Jésus
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