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The Inconsistency of the Doctrine of (the Distinction of Divine Persons and so That of) the Trinity with Monotheism

Introduction. In my immediately previous post, the “Thomas Aquinas: Beyond Aristotle’s Aristotelian Conception of the Numerical” of April 1, 2014, the discussion of Thomas Aquinas’s understanding that numerical or arithmetical terms such as “three” have application to non-physical reality quite naturally … Continue reading

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Durant, Burgess-Jackson, (Richard John Neuhaus,) and the Thesis That Religion is the Basis of Morality

The contingency of the future set aside, an explanation of my prolonged absence from posting will soon be forthcoming. In anticipation, however, of a return to active blogging, I want to ask a question occasioned by Keith Burgess-Jackson’s post, “Will Durant … Continue reading

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