Nor is it necessary, if we say that God is existence alone, for us to fall into the error of those who say that God is that universal existence whereby each and everything formally exists. For the existence which God is, is such that no addition can be made to it. Whence by virtue of its purity it is an existence distinct from every existence.
On Being and Essence. Paragraph 90, trans. Joseph Bobik. (University of Notre Dame Press) 214.
Yesterday morning marked the completion of the Sunday School class that I have been teaching. We worked through the book of Genesis, and I have posted some of those reflections at various times. I am sure that there is much more that did not get posted, as I tried to hit on as many issues as possible as I went along.
I also apparently began advocating the limbus patrum, of which I guess I should do some research.