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It reminds me of the medieval theologians who clashed over the number of angels who could dance upon the head of a pin, arguments the likes of which sparked centuries of warfare in the name of the Lord.
True, theologians sometimes clashed with natural philosophers, but everyone operated within the understanding that the study of nature was the study of God’s work.
Again, I realize you’re an economist, not a political scientist, not a politician, not a theologian.
John of Damascus, an important Greek theologian of the eighth century, often cited by Thomas.
As a scholar and a critic, a metaphysician and a theologian, his name stands high among the first writers of the age.
Dr. Butler, the theologian and author of "The Analogy," was born in the town and this house is still to be seen.
Isaac Casaubon, a celebrated Swiss critic and theologian, died at London.
The theologian tells us that God does not need hands or arms to act, and that He acts by His will alone.
Did not a famous theologian recognize the absurdity of admitting the existence of a God and arresting His course?
The first is the learning of the theologian, the schoolman; the latter is the learning of the practical Christian.

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