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objections: (1) massacre of the innocents
§ 4. The relation of the two narratives
§ 5. The tradition of the churches
Alexandrians non-Catholic writings
§ 1. The evidence of the Gospels
with assertion of divine sonship and infallibility
but evidence of a limitation of knowledge
(1) human experiences—interrogation, prayer
(2) St. Matt. xxiv. 36 neither the Son.
(3) testimony of St. John's Gospel
self-beggary (2 Cor. viii. 9)
§ 3. An absolute Kévwois not affirmed in the N. T.
the eternal Word in St. John, St. Paul, the Hebrews
the Incarnation involves a real limitation.
dogmatical repudiation of ignorance.
THE HISTORY OF CHRISTIAN OPINION OUTSIDE THE
CANON ON THE SUBJECT OF OUR LORD'S HUMAN
§ 2. Early tradition and speculation on the special subject of
the human consciousness of Christ
tradition not definite on the subject .
§ 4. Anti-Arian writers, especially of the west
tendency of anti-Arian theology
(2) the Definition of Chalcedon leaves the two
natures in simple juxtaposition
§ 8. Mediaeval and scholastic theology
determined against a real ignorance.
(1) hesitation as to what is de fide
(2) decisions only as to matter of fact
(2) based on one-sided metaphysical idea of God 171
through Dionysius Areop. and Erigena
as expressed in Peter Lombard
§ 9. The theology of the Reformation