Reply to Objection 1: Therefore if the essence is not begetting, the essence will be "a thing begetting," and "not begetting": It would seem that the persons cannot be predicated of the concrete essential names; so that we can say for instance, "God is three persons"; or "God is the Trinity.
It would seem that the essential attributes are appropriated to the persons unfittingly by the holy doctors. And because, as Boethius says De Trin. Now just as substance has existence of itself, so also it has of itself unity or multitude; wherefore the singularity or plurality of a substantive name depends upon the form signified by the name.
For person is distinct, whereas essence is not. Though he struggles, Grendel is ultimately trying to find himself in all of the things that he does.
Form, in the absolute sense, is wont to be designated as belonging to that of which it is the form, as we say "the virtue of Peter. In the same way this proposition, "God is the Trinity," cannot be verified of any one of the "supposita" of the divine nature.
So when we say, "the Father is the principle of the whole Godhead," the term Godhead can be taken for all the persons together, inasmuch as it is the principle in all the divine persons. So "use," whereby the Father and the Son enjoy each other, agrees with the property of the Holy Ghost, as Love.
For nothing can be its own matter, nor its own active principle. Thus there are one essence and three persons.
In this sense the expression "in Him" should be appropriated to the Son.
In considering any creature four points present themselves to us in due order. But as accidents have their existence in a subject, so they have unity or plurality from their subject; and therefore the singularity and plurality of adjectives depends upon their "supposita.
The word "God" stands for the person in a different way from that in which this word "man" does; for since the form signified by this word "man"that is, humanityis really divided among its different subjects, it stands of itself for the person, even if there is no adjunct determining it to the personthat is, to a distinct subject.
This is indicated by Augustine when he says De Trin. The elements of the scribal craft included divination, magico-medical practices, and astrology and astronomy among other practices. The second consideration of God regards Him as "one.
For it was shown above Q, A that the divine simplicity requires that in God essence is the same as "suppositum," which in intellectual substances is nothing else than person.
Thus there are one essence and three persons. Now, God contains things in two ways: And yet words are often all that remains—or words and some material, archeological traces—and so we strive to interrogate the fragments and piece them together in a way that allows us to understand something about them.
But the "use" by which we enjoy God, is likened to the property of the Holy Ghost as the Gift; and Augustine points to this when he says De Trin.Unclaimed property requirements modified, reports required, and money appropriated. Tracking Information Register now for our free OneVote public service or GAITS Professional trial account and you can begin tracking this and other legislation, all driven by the real-time data of the LegiScan API.
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