Catholic University of America How Is God Related to The World We Live In HW

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READING QUESTIONS FOR Q.2 PLEASE ALSO READ Q.12 a. 12 pages 121-2 AND Q. 13, a. 8 AND THE SELECTIONS ON BLACKBOARD FROM TE VELDE. Answer 3 questions in writing 1. What are the topics and the order of the topics of his science as stated in the prologue to Q.2? What are the three issues and topics in this question? 2. Is the existence of God self-evident? Why is this the first question he asks here? 3. Why does he think it can be demonstrated? Why in our science do we need to demonstrate it? 4. What are the two kinds of demonstration he lists? Which way is appropriate for our task and why? 5. Explain the argument in Response to 2 on page 21. What does “middle term” mean? What role does the nominal definition play in the proof? (see p. 142-3 for help here) 6. What does “manaductio” mean? What do the “five ways” accomplish, why, how? (See Te Velde p. 47-8) READING QUESTINS FOR SUMMA I, Q.3 PROL AND A.1-4, 7-8 Please also read Te Velde p. 77-85 on BB 1. After Q.2, where we have shown that “God exists” is true, what are we then to do in the practice of our science? (especially in Questions 3-13) What problems do we have in understanding what God is? Can we arrive at a conceptual account of the divine essence? Can we have an account of God that gives us a basis to understand God’s “proper attributes? How and why? 2. What are we to do in Q. 3so as to provide a foundation for the remaining questions asked in our science? Where do we start, where do we end in our inquiry in Q. 3? Which articles are distinguished in the prologue and why? 3. Describe the progression in simplicity in articles 1 -4. 4. How is God absolutely simple in a. 7? What are the arguments provide in the text? 5. How is God related to the world we live in? (a. 8) ...
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READING QUESTINS FOR SUMMA I, Q.3 PROL AND A.1-4, 7-8
Please also read Te Velde p. 77-85 on BB

1. After Q.2, where we have shown that “God exists” is true, what are we then to do in
the practice of our science? (especially in Questions 3-13) What problems do we
have in understanding what God is? Can we arrive at a conceptual account of the
divine essence? Can we have an account of God that gives us a basis to understand
God’s “proper attributes? How and why?
We must practice differently science which is associated with God in a diverse religious
tradition. The main problem always remains unaltered through the occurrence of event
revelation. It is revealed that both the pagans and Catholics understand something seen to
be differ...

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