Christian theology separates reality into a physical world and a spiritual realm – or a disembodied (intangible) soul that stands in opposition to a world of tangible physical matter. 396 more words
Tags » Christian Theology
This continuity of Reformed orthodoxy with the Reformation in and through the use of modified medieval models for system was possible because of Christian Aristotelianism, its dialectical method, and because of the training of many of the Reformers in the old systems. 176 more words
Plato sometimes says that the life of a philosopher is a meditation upon death, but we may more truly say that the life of a Christian man is a continual effort and exercise in the mortification of the flesh till it is utterly slain and God’s Spirit reigns in us. – John Calvin (1509-1564), Institutes 3.3.20.