Aristotle did not believe in Christ so his ideas were not use to the church.
Aristotle's ideas only applied to the spirit world and the world of the form and essence.
Aristotle allowed for the distinction between the accidents and the substance but not for their separation.
God's purposes transcend human logic and reason, and God has often ask people to illogical things.
He is like a do-nothing king who reigns but does not rule.
He is Identical to the God described by Thomas Aquinas.
He is seen more as impersonal force than personal deity.
He energizes, sets in motion, or moves the universe more by the power of attraction than by any physical act.
Aristotle's god is being with actuality but with absolute potentiality,
Aristotle's god is referred to as "The Unmoved Mover."
Aristotle developed the Science of logical inquiry
Aristotle developed the science of taxonomy
Aristotle developed a theory that replace Plato's dualism ans an approach to change and permanence.
Aristotle developed a theory of the four causes.
Aristotle developed the idea of unmoved mover.
Aristotle's ideas, and Hellenism in general, spread though the influence of his greatest pupil.
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