"The human being and God are not in competition, simply because the first and the second cause are not on the same plane. Furthermore, it is God himself who gives the free choice of the creature all of its (determined) reality. Confronted with the immense mystery of predestination and the unequal distribution of grace, one ought not to propose a 'solution,' but to situate the mystery in its proper place: in the fathomless liberty, goodness, and wisdom of God, and not in the 'no God's land' of a human liberty improperly raised to the rank of a secondary divinity. Henceforth, Bañezianism—and the thesis of physical premotion—became the official doctrine of the Dominican Order."
Serge-Thomas Bonino, O.P., "The Thomist tradition" (2003), trans. Bernhard Blankenhorn, O.P., Nova et vetera: the English edition of the international theological journal 8, no. 4 (Fall 2010): 881 (869-881).