|Uniform title||De motivo Incarnationis. English|
||Early modern Catholic sources
Early modern Catholic sources. ^A1385257
||Doubt I, whether God would assume flesh by virtue of the present decree if Adam had not sinned? -- Doubt II, whether, if Adam had not sinned, Christ would come by virtue of another decree that God would have? -- Doubt III, whether, by virtue of the present decree, Christ would come if only original sin existed and actual sins did not exist? -- Doubt IV, whether, by virtue of the present decree, Christ would come if actual sins existed, even if original sin did not exist?
|General note||Translation of: De motivo Incarnationis, written by Juan de la Anunciación (1633-1701) identified as Tract. 21, disp. 2, of a larger work known as Cursus theologicus produced in the 17th century by the Discalced Carmelites of the College of San Elias at the University of Salamanca, customarily referred to by their Latin moniker of Salmanticenses.|
|Bibliography note||Includes bibliographical references and index.|
||Contained in (work): Cursus theologicus summam theologicam angelici doctoris D. Thomae complectens.