God's co-workers: Remi Brague's treatment of the divine law of Christianity
von Heyking, John
Intercollegiate Studies Institute
Our imprudence is related to our confusion about the nature of law, which, as Rémi Brague demonstrates in his The Law of God: The Philosophical History of an Idea, derives from the modern rejection of certain presuppositions of divine law found among the three Abrahamic traditions, especially in the understandings expressed during the Middle Ages.
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Brague, Remi , Law of God: the philosophical history of an idea , Prudence , Divine law , Christian doctrines , Human good
“God’s Co-workers: Rémi Brague’s Treatment of the Divine Law in Christianity.” Essay contribution to Symposium on Rémi Brague’s The Law of God: A Philosophical History of an Idea, Political Science Reviewer. XXXVIII. Spring 2009: 76-104.