Monday, May 27, 2019


An Exception to God's Omnipresence?

Peter Abelard, Theologia Summi Boni 3.79 (tr. Martha Bayless):
Hence although we believe and instruct that God is everywhere, nevertheless no one should presume to say that he is in an unclean place, either designating that place a latrine or defining it by any other term of filth.

Vnde cum deum ubique esse et credamus et predicemus, nemo tamen dicere presumat eum in inmundo loco esse, ita ut locum ipsum aut latrinam nominet aut alioquo nomine alio determinate spurcitie ipsum assignet.


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