The War Against The Christian World by Eustace Mullins
By Eustace Mullins
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This is clearly the case of the desire not to die but to be clothed over with immortaliry (see 2 Cor 5:4), and the natural desire to see God. Third, elicited natural desires can be conditional; and this is doubly true when what we naturally desire transcends the limits of all natural power! on the re to See God Can We See God's Essence? S T. TH 0 MAS introduces the natural desire to see God in order to respond to two very closely related questions: (1) whether it is possible for God's esseoce to be known by the rational creature, and (2) whether perfect beatitude for men and angels consists in the vision of the divine essence.
In the 1230's we find Dominican theologians in Paris3 asserting that we shall not see God's St. Thomas's Texts on the Natural Desire to See God ~ In De veritate, q. 8, a. 1, St. Thomas poses the problem by saying that "some have erred, considering the distance between the created intellect and the divine essence, saying that God cannot be seen in His essence by any created intellect. " This argument is based on a premise of faith: the rational soul has been created immediately by God. Therefore, it will not attain its ultimate perfection until it returns to its source in the same way, without the medi- ation ofany creature.
Secondly, innate appetite is limited to what is proportionate to the nature of the faculty, and is incapable of growth or self-transcendence, whereas elicited natural desire, based on knowledge, can aspire to disproportionate objects, transcending the limits of human nature. This is clearly the case of the desire not to die but to be clothed over with immortaliry (see 2 Cor 5:4), and the natural desire to see God. Third, elicited natural desires can be conditional; and this is doubly true when what we naturally desire transcends the limits of all natural power!