Scholastic theology

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theology as taught by the scholastics, or as prosecuted after their principles and methods.

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Thus, at sixteen years of age, the young clerk might have held his own, in mystical theology, against a father of the church; in canonical theology, against a father of the councils; in scholastic theology, against a doctor of Sorbonne.
Cardinals in the Vatican schooled in the scholastic theology opined that Archbishop Romero was more political and Marxist than spiritual and Christian.
But these ideas no longer correspond to the world inhabited by most Catholics, so contemporary theologies are just as removed from real life as the scholastic theology they had hoped to replace.
Khanmohamadi overplays the influence of 'pagan' classical literature upon late medieval travel literature while conversely ignoring the thread of scholastic theology in the writings of Albertus Magnus and Thomas Aquinas.
He began with philosophy (as did most theology programs since Schleiermacher, including Scholastic theology and Bernard Lonergan's), because he thought of theology as a positive science, "an assemblage of scientific elements" that needed philosophy's power to propose, order, and clarify theological concepts and dispel superstitions, and thereby open the way to religion's essence and authentic practice.
The concept of lucrum cessans in Scholastic theology is nearly
5) It is, thus, in this context that the "School of Salamanca" (La Escuela de Salamanca) emerges in the early sixteenth century as both critic of a rising power political order, and as a school of theological thought devoted to restructuring and amending the previous system of scholastic theology in accordance with the new political and religious environment of the age.
In this way, we can read the Heidelberg Disputations as a polemic against Aristotelian speculative theology, as Aristotle's Nicoma-chean Ethics and Physics were considered foundational for scholastic theology.
Scholars initiated into the mysteries of hypostases and combinatrics, scholastic theology, and Neoplatonic metaphysics will find it essential.
Both were university trained pastor-scholars who reacted strongly against the Scholastic theology of their day.
De Mayo explains William's scholastic theology clearly for both general reader and specialist, while offering valuable insights into his perception of a troubled society.