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On how not to be a creationist…

A: That’s quite a cute baby you’ve got there, buddy. B: Thanks, man. What can I say? We’re really blessed. A: Oh, look at the creationist here. Every good gift…. B: Ha-ha. Creationist, huh? Would the Darwinist in the house … Continue reading

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Goodness grows in the generation of substance…

A little context: St. Thomas points out that a thing cannot simply be said to be good in the same way that it is called being. Being is said in the first place of the substantial being of things, and … Continue reading

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