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The Essence of Medieval Philosophy By M. James Ziccardi
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The Essence of Medieval Philosophy takes a comprehensive look at the ideas that define Western Philosophy’s most enduring, though least understood era – the Medieval Period. In addition... More > to offering in-depth examinations of the era’s most renowned philosophers, the book presents detailed reviews of some the era’s greatest works. Included in the book are extensive reviews of the following works: * Augustine: Confessions and City of God * Boethius: Consolation of Philosophy * Anselm: Proslogion * Thomas Aquinas: Treatise on the One God and Treatise on Man (from the Summa Theologiae) * Bonaventure: The Soul’s Journey Into God * Duns Scotus: A Treatise on God as First Principle and the Ordinatio * Roger Bacon: Opus Majus * William of Ockham: Summa totius Logicae< Less
Medieval Philosophy: The Epistemology of Henry of Ghent By M. James Ziccardi
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Henry of Ghent is commonly regarded as one the three most important scholastic philosophers of the latter part of the Middle Ages. Wedged neatly between the teachings of Thomas Aquinas and John... More > Duns Scotus, Henry’s philosophy encompassed a wide range of topics, including epistemology, ethics, and the natural sciences, all of which he closely tied to the Christian theology of his day. In this book we examine Henry’s ideas on epistemology, all of which are put forward in Article 1 of his Summa of Ordinary Questions, entitled On the Possibility of Human Knowledge.< Less
Medieval Philosophy: A Practical Guide to William of Ockham By M. James Ziccardi
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This ebook is one in a series of reviews that has been extracted in its entirety from M. James Ziccardi’s The Essence of Medieval Philosophy. It is intended to serve as a primer for students... More > of medieval philosophy with an emphasis on some of the more important works of William of Ockham.< Less
Medieval Philosophy: A Practical Guide to Thomas Aquinas By M. James Ziccardi
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This ebook is one in a series of reviews that has been extracted in its entirety from M. James Ziccardi’s The Essence of Medieval Philosophy. It is intended to serve as a primer for students... More > of medieval philosophy with an emphasis on some of the more important philosophical aspects of Thomas Aquinas’s Summa Theologiae.< Less
Medieval Philosophy: A Practical Guide to Duns Scotus By M. James Ziccardi
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This ebook is one in a series of reviews that has been extracted in its entirety from M. James Ziccardi’s The Essence of Medieval Philosophy. It is intended to serve as a primer for students... More > of medieval philosophy with an emphasis on some of the more important works of Duns Scotus.< Less
Medieval Philosophy: A Practical Guide to Roger Bacon By M. James Ziccardi
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This ebook is one in a series of reviews that has been extracted in its entirety from M. James Ziccardi’s The Essence of Medieval Philosophy. It is intended to serve as a primer for students... More > of medieval philosophy with an emphasis on some of the more important works of Roger Bacon.< Less
THE BELGIC CONFESSION OF FAITH: A Theological and Pastoral Critique By Edwin Walhout
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A solid breakaway from the theology of the middle ages, but nonetheless dated. It should not be designated a standard of orthodoxy. It will become apparent that not everything in this Confession can... More > stand the test of the original Hebrew-Christian mindset demonstrated in the holy scriptures. We will discover that many remnants of unacceptable medieval theology have insinuated themselves into classic Reformed theology, here in the Belgic Confession as well as in the Heidelberg Catechism and the Canons of Dort.< Less
Fundamental Boethius: A Practical Guide to the Theological Tractates and Consolation of Philosophy By M. James Ziccardi
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In Fundamental Boethius: A Practical Guide to the Theological Tractates and Consolation of Philosophy, M. James Ziccardi presents the key passages from two of Boethius’ two most influential... More > works, the Theological Tractates and Consolation of Philosophy. Combined with explanations from the author, this book examines in an easy to follow format Boethius’ most important contributions to both Medieval Philosophy and Christian Theology. The book also points out specific instances where Boethius borrows heavily from the ideas of earlier philosophers, the first and foremost of these being Aristotle. Also included in the book is a biographical narrative on the life of Boethius.< Less
Neoplatonist Stew: How Pagan Philosophy Corrupted Christian Theology By Paul Hughes
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This book leaves few denominational toes untrodden. An objective review of Church history demonstrates that Christian theology soon went astray from that laid out in the New Testament, as the Fathers... More > of the Church lost their understanding of sound interpretive principles. Theology began to be supplemented, then co-opted and corrupted, by Greek philosophy: namely, Middle Platonism, then Neoplatonism, and later Theurgy. The external, heterodox doctrines derived from Pagan philosophy were embraced by the Eastern Church, carried into the Western Church, repeatedly revived in the Medieval Church in the form of Scholasticism, Mysticism, and Catholic Church dogma, and re-popularized by modern theologians to the present day. The negative influence of these heterodoxies is manifest in modern elements of Mysticism, Contemplative Prayer, Sacramentalism, Sacerdotalism, the so-called New Theology, and emphasis on Universalism, Liberation, Unity, Mystical Union, apotheosis, divinization, and "spiritual formation."< Less
Sacraments of the Christian Faith By Hugh of St. Victor
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This is a great and almost excessive improvement on St. Augustine’s doctrine, and on that of the early medieval writers. Hugh considered that the study of Sacred Scripture and its historical... More > and literal meaning makes possible true and proper theology, that is, the systematic illustration of truths, knowledge of their structure, the illustration of the dogmas of the faith. He presents these in a solid synthesis in this treatise. Among other things, he provides a definition of "sacrament" which, further perfected by other theologians, contains ideas that are still very interesting today. "The sacrament is a corporeal or material element proposed in an external and tangible way", he writes, "which by its likeness makes present an invisible and spiritual grace; it signifies it, because it was instituted to this end, and contains it, because it is capable of sanctifying". On the one hand is the visibility in the symbol, the "corporeity" of the gift of God.< Less

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