2 Now Nirse.
3 Epist. III. (Zacagni's collection).
4 Notably Bellarmine: Gretser, the Jesuit, against the Calvinist Molino.
5 See Note I to the Introductory Letter to the Treatise.
6 Cp. Or. Cat. c. xi.
7 In verba `faciamus hominem,0' I. p. 140.
8 De Perf. Christiani Forma, III. p. 294, he calls the `Prince of darkness0' the author of sin and death: In Christi Resurrect. III. p. 386, he calls Satan `the heart of the earth:0' and p. 387 identifies him with sin. `And so the real wisdom visits that arrogant heart of the earth, so that the thought great in wickedness should vanish, and the darkness should be lightened, &c0'.
9 As expressed by S. Thomas Aquinas Summ. I. Qu. xix. Art. 9, Deo nec nolente, nec volente, sed permittente .... Deus neque vult fieri, neque vult non fieri, sed vult permittere mala fieri.
10 De Virginit. c. xi.
11 On Infants' early Deaths, III. p. 336.
12 Or. Cat. c. viii. D.