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Is there still a place for Christ's infused knowledge in Catholic theology and exegesis?

Abstract:

It seems to me that questions arising from the reading of Scripture require a theological account of Christ’s knowledge which can itself then shape a speculative exegesis, and that this was the approach of Thomas Aquinas. In this way, beyond the divine knowledge which pertains to Jesus’ divine nature, Aquinas also attributed to the earthly Christ three forms of knowledge in his human mind. These three are beatific knowledge, infused knowledge, and acquired knowl...

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Accepted
Peer review status:
Peer reviewed
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Institution:
University of Oxford
Department:
Oxford, HUM, Theology Faculty, Theology and Religion Faculty
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Publisher:
St. Paul Center for Biblical Theology Publisher's website
Journal:
Nova et Vetera Journal website
ISSN:
1542-7315
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uuid:251eeb5e-192a-4494-b8f9-64ecbfe70e52
Source identifiers:
600093
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pubs:600093

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