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Language in Application to God
Maimonides and Aquinas, two incredible spiritual academics from many centuries ago, differ greatly in the names and language which mankind can pertain to God. Maimonides, a Jewish philosopher, took the stance that God can only be expressed by the things or attributes which He is not. The only other way God can begin to be expressed is through His actions, but these actions in no way reflect His true essence. Aquinas, on the other hand, disagreed with his counterpart. He felt that no words or articulation would in any way do justice to God's divinity, and the name God can only be though…
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