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Plato's Timaeus and The Middle Ages - Part 2 of 2
Dr. William Marra
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  Plato's Timaeus concerns the overflowing goodness of God and the creation of the world. This helped many medievals, including St. Bernard, to explain the goodness and hierarchy of the beauties of a nature redeemed by Christ. Problems came from the possible use of the Timaeus by Gnostics, and Plato's inability to grasp creation ex nihilo. Taken from: Christianity in the Late Middle Ages-Early Renaissance - 1996 VonHildebrand Institute



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