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Best scholarship on Aquinas's birth date

Jean-Pierre Torrell, O.P., is the contemporary expert in St. Thomas’s biography. He writes, on Saint Thomas Aquinas: The Person and His Work p. 1: The date of Thomas’s birth has been calculated ...
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Bibliograpy on the difference between the Kingdom of the God and Salvation / Eternal Life

"The Kingdom of God" is where those with "salvation" will receive eternal life. They aren't really two comparable terms, so there isn't really a difference (what's the difference ...
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What is the history of the Baptists, especially their early history and the separation of SBC?

I hesitated to tackle your question because it is so vast in scope. The history of the Baptists goes back way before they were established on the North American continent, but I assume you know about ...
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What is the history of the Baptists, especially their early history and the separation of SBC?

I would recommend The Baptist Heritage, Four Centuries Of Baptist Witness by H. Leon McBeth. It is a comprehensive history so you better like to read, at page 340 I'm only nearly half way through. ...
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What have been excellent ways for Christian theologians to describe the concept of God, who is also the Trinity?

Legitimate Usage It is true that many theological concepts (doctrines) are, by their very nature, only able to be conveyed by theological terminology. Having noted this, it is also true that the use ...
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Books which expound on Divine Tradition and the Catholic Church

Fr. Chad Ripperger, Topics on Tradition (2013) and The Binding Force of Tradition (2013)
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What have been excellent ways for Christian theologians to describe the concept of God, who is also the Trinity?

What is the best way for Christian theologians to describe the concept of God who is also Trinity? Theologically speaking there seems to be no one best way that Christendom can describe the concept ...
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What have been excellent ways for Christian theologians to describe the concept of God, who is also the Trinity?

The best theological explanations for the concept of the Trinity that I have read are in books that today's 'sound-bite' generation would not spend more than five minutes on. Yet I am "a common ...
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What have been excellent ways for Christian theologians to describe the concept of God, who is also the Trinity?

Although I am quite sure this falls as short as any other 'explanation' of the Trinity, it is the one that best satisfies my mind such that I no longer fuss over the doctrine. God has infinite, ...
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What have been excellent ways for Christian theologians to describe the concept of God, who is also the Trinity?

They three are different personalities, but something makes them ONE. That something is their Thinking and Acting in harmony, 100%, eternally. They never contradicted nor going to contradict on ...
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What have been excellent ways for Christian theologians to describe the concept of God, who is also the Trinity?

The best analogy I've seen was related by C. S. Lewis in his book Mere Christianity in its 4th section - "Beyond Personality: or First Steps in the Doctrine of the Trinity." In its first ...
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What have been excellent ways for Christian theologians to describe the concept of God, who is also the Trinity?

This is a very good question. And let me say from the onset that I will not "dazzle" you with examples of the Trinity that deals with water, ice, eggs, four leaf clovers sun rays or anything ...
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What have been excellent ways for Christian theologians to describe the concept of God, who is also the Trinity?

Saint Patrick It is commonly known that Saint Patrick explained the Trinity concept to the pagan kings and people of Ireland using the clover plant. The clover is recognizable with its three petals on ...
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Looking for sources of Mediaeval church architecture that shows and\or explains hard to find architectural church additions?

One word for an outdoor pulpit is the Italian "ambone", although further research suggests that (at least in Italian) the word can be applied to interior or exterior structures. The first ...
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