Molina, Luis de

► (1535-1601) Teólogo y jesuita español. En su obra De liberi arbitrii cum gratiae donis concordia (1588), expone una doctrina para conciliar la libertad humana con la presencia divina, la predestinación y los auxilios de la gracia (molinismo), doctrina que motivó una polémica entre jesuitas y dominicos, acusando a Molina ante la Inquisición.

Enciclopedia Universal. 2012.

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  • Molina, Luis de — • One of the most learned and renown theologians of the Society of Jesus, b. of noble parentage at Cuenca, New Castle, Spain, in 1535; d. at Madrid, 12 October, 1600 Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006 …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • Molina, Luis de — (1535 1600)    A leading sixteenth century Spanish scholastic and Jesuit, Molina is today chiefly remembered for the doctrine of middle knowledge that he developed from the teachings of his master, Pedro da Fonseca (1528 99). In his Liberi… …   Christian Philosophy

  • Molina, Luis de — ▪ Spanish theologian born September 1535, Cuenca, Spain died Oct. 12, 1600, Madrid  Spanish Jesuit who devised the theological system known as Molinism, which endeavoured to confirm that man s will remains free under the action of divine grace.… …   Universalium

  • Molina, Luis de — (1535–1600)    Theologian.    Molina was a member of the Jesuit Order. He is remembered as the author of Concordia Liberi Arbitrii cum Gratiae Donis. In this he put forward a theory of grace which became known as ‘Molinism’. He argued that the… …   Who’s Who in Christianity

  • MOLINA, LUIS —    a Spanish Jesuit and theologian, author of a theory called Molinism, which resolves the doctrine of predestination into a mere foreknowledge of those who would accept and those who would reject the grace of God in salvation …   The Nuttall Encyclopaedia

  • Luis de Molina — Luis Molina Pour les articles homonymes, voir Molina. Luis Molina Luis de Molina, né en 1536 à Cuenca (Espagne) et mort le …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Luis de Molina —     Luis de Molina     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Luis de Molina     One of the most learned and renown theologians of the Society of Jesus, b. of noble parentage at Cuenca, New Castle, Spain, in 1535; d. at Madrid, 12 October, 1600. At the age of …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • Luis de Molina — Luis Molina Luis de Molina (* September 1535 in Cuenca, Neukastilien; † 12. Oktober 1600 in Madrid), war jesuitischer Theologe und Begründer des Molinismus. Inhaltsverzeichnis …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Luis Molina — Luis de Molina (September 1535, Cuenca, Spain October 12, 1600, Madrid, Spain), was a Spanish Jesuit priest and a staunch defender of human liberty in the Divine grace and human liberty controversy of the Renaissance (Molinism).Having at the age… …   Wikipedia

  • Luis Molina (rugby) — Pour les articles homonymes, voir Molina. Luis Enrique Molina, né le 3 novembre 1959 à San Miguel de Tucumán (Argentine), est un ancien joueur de rugby argentin, évoluant au poste de pilier. Sommaire 1 Carrière …   Wikipédia en Français

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