Antonius Walaeus De Natura Dei (On the Nature of God)

Because, in our late modern, liquid, age, relational categories trump all others and because we’re given to nominalism now, it’s sometimes considered downright provocative to claim that God has a nature. The older Reformed writers, however, spoke this frequently. On the Heinrich Bullinger page today there’s translation of a bit from Wallaeus that illustrates this pattern.

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