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comment Can we at some point take on a Divine Nature?
So I guess this does technically answer my question if you assume a non transferable property of a divine nature is "uncreated" then by that logic we can never have a divine nature. But it seems to me we do get other divine properties. And it seems a person can hold more than one nature. So I wonder then could our persons acquire other natures, say the nature of a angel, or of a animal like a fox or insect? Is there a perhaps a hierarchy where you can take on a lower nature, but one born to lower cannot go higher?
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comment Can we at some point take on a Divine Nature?
Great resource! I was reading Heinrich and I think the quote you gave touches on the heart of the matter. So from what I can understand φύσις(nature) is divided between substance and qualities. So our human persons will receive the qualities of the divine nature without receiving the substance? So our person would still only contain one nature(human) but it would be...supercharged with divine qualities? I.E. Windows would now have the qualities of Linux but still be Windows? Is there a way to know what "older interpreters" Heinrich is referring to? I would like to read them.
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comment When does the Pope speak ex cathedra?
That may seem clear to some, however the idea and language of infallibility has evolved over hundreds of year and has many nuances. Most experts will agree that Popes have spoken infallibly at least twice, but there is much debate about if and when there have been other times. Intention, language, form, authority and other objections are often raised. There is a nice intro here if you are interested: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/…
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comment What happens to unborn, unbaptized babies who die?
Thank you! I will check it out! =)
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