A Fascinating Question: Was Aristotle one of God’s Prophets?

We are familiar with The Old Testament Prophets. They predicted The Messiah in very specific ways.

God made us with hearts and minds. The Jewish people had the “heart” of God’s Teaching. But, they did not think logically enough to keep God’s Word from being confused with endless rules and regulations.

The Jerusalem Establishment lacked Logic like this from Aristotle: “One ought to act . . . so that things extraneous to the works involved not multiply.”


God arranged for Logic to come to Judea and the areas around. First, God guided Aristotle to invent Logic. Then, God prompted Philip of Macedon to hire Aristotle as a tutor for his son, Alexander The Great.

Aristotle taught Alexander how to think so well and so logically that He defeated all his enemies in battle. Aristotle taught Alexander to focus on results!

Chapter 1, line 9 of “Aristotle’s Nichomachean Ethics”: “. . the (desired) end of Generalship is victory”.


When Alexander died, his Generals took over the nations he had conquered. For nearly three hundred years, generations of the smartest young people in Judea were forced into Greek schools and gymnasiums. They learned Aristotelian logic.


After logic showed them how to reduce needless complexities to basics, The Messianic Prophecies could be fulfilled. That was the appointed time for Jesus to make Logic and Love take form in God on earth!


That happened for one reason! Logic and Love became One on Earth at the very moment The Blessed Mother of God freely chose to say: “I will be the handmaid of The Lord.”


Aristotle’s Nicomachean Ethics give us what seem to be actual Prophecies about The Catholic Church!

Chapter 1, line 30: “And further, since there is a single science of things that pertain to a single idea, there would also be some single science of all the good things.”

Has there ever been a better description than “. . . some single science of all the good things.” of The Only Church Jesus Logically and Lovingly Decreed Into Being with His Word:

“And I say unto you thou art Peter and on this rock I build My Church and the gates of hell shall not prevail against it. I give you the keys to The Kingdom of Heaven.”?


Aristotle also told us of the importance of the Only Church Jesus Founded at the end of Chapter 7: “the beginning seems to be more than half of the whole.”!

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