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Title: The predestination of Christ and the motive of the incarnation
Authors: Grech, G.
Keywords: Predestination -- History of doctrines
Theology, Doctrinal
Jesus Christ -- In literature
Issue Date: 1948-11
Publisher: The Royal University Students' Theological Association
Citation: Grech, G. (1948). The predestination of Christ and the motive of the incarnation. Melita Theologica, 1(4), 17-23.
Abstract: One of the most discussed problems in Dogmatic Theology is certainly that of the Motive of the Incarnation. Since the time of Robert Grossetete, the first master of the Franciscans in Oxford, and Guerricus de St. Quentin, master of St. Albert the Great and professor in the University of Paris from 1233 to 1242, this problem has been treated by all the subsequent professors not only in the University of Paris but also in that of Oxford. Among theologians, however, St. Thomas Aquinas and Duns Scotus are commonly held as the champions of the two opposite opinions on this subject.
Appears in Collections:MT - Volume 01, Issue 4 - 1948
MT - Volume 01, Issue 4 - 1948

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