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  • It begins with Kyrie fons bonitatis and follows with a piece by Bach that explores the same melody.

    The Gregorian Organ

  • "Cum deus," inquit, "omnia bonitatis clauo gubernare iure credatur eademque omnia sicuti docui ad bonum naturali intentione festinent, num dubitari potest quin uoluntaria regantur seque ad disponentis nutum ueluti conuenientia contemperataque rectori sponte conuertant?"

    The Theological Tractates and The Consolation of Philosophy

  • Deum quoque bonitatis gubernaculis uniuersitatem regere disputabas uolentiaque cuncta parere nec ullam mali esse naturam.

    The Theological Tractates and The Consolation of Philosophy

  • Postremo idem de tota concludere fortuna licet in qua nihil expetendum, nihil natiuae bonitatis inesse manifestum est, quae nec se bonis semper adiungit et bonos quibus fuerit adiuncta non efficit.

    The Theological Tractates and The Consolation of Philosophy

  • The mother can no doubt give strong food to the child at the very beginning, but the child cannot stand it: [Greek: anthrôpos adunatos labein auto; nêpios gar ên], see also § 2-4: "Non ab initio dii facti sumus, sed primo quidem homines, tunc demum dii, quamvis deus secundum simplicitatem bonitatis suæ hoc fecerit, nequis eum putet invidiosum aut impræstantem."

    History of Dogma, Volume 2 (of 7)

  • * Vnus est viuus et uerus Deus aeternus, incorporeus, impartibilis, impassibilis, immensae potentiae, sapientiae ac bonitatis: creator et conseruator omnium tum uisibilium tum inuisibilium.

    The Creeds of the Evangelical Protestant Churches.

  • Et, Deum bonitatis suae gratuitam benevolentiam et opus fidei potenter in nobis complere.

    The Creeds of the Evangelical Protestant Churches.

  • Vnus est viuus et uerus Deus aeternus, incorporeus, impartibilis, impassibilis, immensae potentiae, sapientiae ac bonitatis: creator et conseruator omnium tum uisibilium tum inuisibilium.

    The Creeds of the Evangelical Protestant Churches.

  • Gentium vocatio mirabile est divinae bonitatis opus, quod filiis parentes et avi nepotibus tradere per manus debent, ut nunquam ex hominum animis silentio deleatur.

    A Commentary on the Epistle to the Ephesians

  • * Gentium vocatio mirabile est divinae bonitatis opus, quod filiis parentes et avi nepotibus tradere per manus debent, ut nunquam ex hominum animis silentio deleatur.

    A Commentary on the Epistle to the Ephesians

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