Through him all things were made" (John 1:3) : the analogy of the Word incarnate according to St. Thomas Aquinas and its ontological presuppositions [Book Review]

In The Analogy of being: invention of the Antichrist or the wisdom of God? Cambridge, U.K.: W.B. Eerdmans Pub. Co. (2011)
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