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In Reformed theology, a distinction is usually made between three aspects of God's providence, namely conservatio, gubernatio, and concursus.
Si igitur civitatis gubernatio penes unum sit aut penes paucos aut penes multos sequanturque communem utilitatem, erunt haec rerum publicarum species.
McFarland draws upon the scholastic categories of conservatio (preservation), concursus (accompaniment), and gubernatio (direction) to explicate God's providential activity.
Solum enim ita possunt gubernare rempublicam ad traquillitatem temporalem, ut ea gubernatio non impediat studium pietatis et media ad finem supernaturalem, sed potius subserviat et iuvet.
The Theyer sale-catalogue entry for this item is "67 Gubernatio Regni Secundum Iustitiam, ad Edwardu 3tium.
Est ergo Deus causa gubernans et ordinans: et eius concursus est gubernatio et prouidentia que nihil contingenter et indeterminate agit, sed omnia ex certo iudicio" (Soto: ibid.
14) Sera tambien extrano el lenguaje de un Tomas de Aquino para equiparar gubernatio con imitatio Christi.
While the concept of conservation relates this participation of God in creation to the origin of creation, the notion of gubernatio, the divine governing of the world, refers to the future fulfilment of God's communion with creation and expresses the superiority of God's intention for the world over the abuse of created independence.
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