Iranian studies in German: This contribution aims at presenting an overview of the studies on all aspects of the culture of pre-Islamic Iran as conducted by German, Austrian, and Swiss scholars. Notwithstanding early travelers like the Bavarian soldier Hans Schiltberger, who was for many years in the employ of the Timurid kingsGerman research on Iran or Persia, as it was called up till the s began in the 17th century. The German-speaking countries, and above all Germany itself, had a great tradition in Iranian studies from its very beginning as an independent discipline within Oriental studies in the first half of the 19th century.
Endnotes 1 La credibilite et l'apologetique,p. Attwater, London, page 6 Cf. And thus it must be said that the soul of Christ had not omnipotence with regard to the immutation of creatures" III q. The opposite idea, that reality is subject to radical changes' to fresh impulses, to genuine innovations, would have been impossible before Christianity had come to overturn the cosmos of the Hellenes" Emile Brehier, Histoire de a philosophie, vol.
Thomas "attains not only men but also the angels; for we read in the Epistle to the Ephesians [i. Thomas said of the grace of the just before Christ: Cajetan notes in his commentary on this article that if the state of innocence had been maintained, children would have been born in a state of grace and with the supernatural gifts that perfect the intelligence 14 St.
The Salmanticenses supply the answer: But God can stir up heroism on ei ther side, and draw some good out of the evil, perhaps even here on earth 20" The flesh serves as the organ of the Deity" St. John Damascene, De Fide Orthodoxa, lib.
Thomas, De Veritate, q. Thomas, being corporeal, cannot touch all men; but by reason of the Divinity united to it, it possesses a spiritual virtue and acts by spiritual contact III, q.
Thomas, De Veritate q. Further on John of St. Thomas explains that the grace of Christ, being of the same species as ours, is of itself incapable of causing ours physically: Hence it follows that Christ as man is the instrumental physical cause, but not a second physical cause, of our grace.
Hence He who is, by an eternal generation, the Only-Begotten, is, by the transmission of grace, the First-Born of many brothers" St. We hold, without doubt, that the grace of Christ given us by the sacraments is better than the grace of Adam; so far, Scheeben's views are to be retained.
Thomas teaches this view when considering the suitability of the Incarnation and of the sacraments.
This was really written by a Dominican of that name, a friend and disciple of St. And yet these sacraments are connected with the hierarchy by numerous links and that is why, in Protestantism, their validity remains, in spite of everything, precarious 31 This, for St.
Augustine, was already the Baptism of the New Law. John Chrysostom it was fundamentally no more than the baptism of John. Lagrange, Evangile selon saint Jean, Parisp. V 35 There are two ways in which one can be called: Wisdom hath sent her maids to invite to the tower and the walls of the city [Prov.
Who hath raised up the just one from the East and hath called him to follow him? This second calling is indispensable, for our hearts would not turn to God if He did not draw w to Himself: No man can come except the Father, who hath sent me draw him [John vi 44]: Convert us, O Lord, to thee, and we shall be converted [Lam.
Augustine, Enchiridion de Fide, Spe et Caritate, cap. Et ideo praeter baptismum aquae potest aliquis consequi sacramenti effectum ex passione Christi All the sheep that are led by the true Shepherd tend to make up a single flock; and that is what matters 39 Even in a state of pure nature, and so abstracting from any injuries resulting from sin, action by contact would be better than action at a distance.
Thomas remarks III, q. But the state of pure nature has never existed. On the other hand there is no longer any special privilege attached to action by contact either in the state of innocence or the state of glory. In fact, therefore, it keeps this special privilege only for the state of nature injured and healed 40 St.
Thomas, who made so profound an analysis of the state of original justice, went so far as to think that man had then no need of sacraments" not only inasmuch as their end is to provide a remedy for sin, but also inasmuch as their end is to perfect the soul" III, q.
But the apostolic body will also renew itself from generation to generation, and this will be the chain of sequence in time, or of the apostolic succession 43 On Jesus' words to the seventy-two disciples returning from their mission, "I saw Satan falling from heaven like lightning," Pere Lagrange, O.
The Church, along with her hierarchy, rests on this intention.
Apostolicity, thus considered, marks the dependence of the Church as found in all the faithful, of the Church believing and loving, on its divine causes.
Apostolicity belongs to her ratione causalitatis, secundum perseitatem quarti modi 45 Profession de foi du vicaire savoyard 46 To deny the mediation of the apostolic body without denying that of Christ, violates the organic order of salvation none the less.
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