It must be affirmed, in contrast, the final victory of the good on badly, and the two problems if decide together. A time the redeemed of its fall and restituted material universe to its intelligible condition, will not subsistir place some to place a hell, no fire to arder there, no body to suffer there, no time, exactly, so that corporal capital punishments still can persist there. This does not want to say that the doctrine of you reward perpetual and of perpetual punishments it is vain. What Ergena supports firmly is that all vestige of badly will have to disappear one day of the nature and that, with the absorption of the substance in the intelligible one, this result will be gotten. Made this, the supernatural difference between elect and the convict will remain entire and persist perpetual, but it will be in these pure thoughts that the men will have become, then.
Each one will be beatified or injured in its conscience. The only beatitude is the perpetual life and, since the perpetual life is to know the truth, the knowledge of the truth is the only beatitude; inversely, if not it has another misery beyond the perpetual death and if the perpetual death is the ignorance of the truth; it does not have another misery beyond the ignorance of verdade.’ ‘ For Ergena, it does not have bigger suffering of what one to be that, been born and created to get the knowledge and to search the truth, it does not obtain to reach nor one and nor another one. ‘ ‘ inferno’ ‘ I was summarized, therefore, in the proper ignorance; does not have, its to see, worse punishment of what this. For these questions formulated and raised for Ergena, the doutrinais authorities of the Church Catholic had answered with the conviction of its workmanships. even so Ergena enxergue the joy, intelligence and the truth as objective that they only can be reached for that they accept and they believe in God and Jesus as its son, is impossible, even though for an atheist (as it is the case of this author writes who you) not to recognize two things in this great figure: its courage in defending its ideas and certainties at a time where a Christian fundamentalismo predominated (that today Blessed Pope XVI dreams in reconstructing) e, obviously, the beauty and the precision of its argument. For everything this, we can now conclude that the hypothesis of that Joo Escoto Ergena has been assassinated for its pupils in the abbey of Malmesbury (as already was cited above) perhaps is not something so romanesco how much he thinks yourself.