Book 1, Introduction to St. Thomas Aquinas : Chapter 1, On God from the Summa Theologica
• The Introduction has been written by a scholar and is assumed to have been done by members of the Roman Catholic Church with the veil of anonymity.
• The Summa Theologica is a tome of Thomas Aquinas' philosophical theology.
• His work was severely challenged by the powerful Arabian philosophy of the time. Arabian philosophy developed greatly after the arrival of the prophet Mohammed, who had a Christian best friend for many years.
• Aquinas was a learned man of the Church and thanks to his education, he becomes aware of some ancient thinkers outside of the Scriptures as well as inside them.
• The three main thinkers who are based in Athens include Socrates, Plato and Aristotle.
• Thomas Aquinas highlights the brilliance of the Macedonian genius and teacher, Aristotle.
• The entire discourse stems from Aquinas' Summa Theologica.
Book 1, Introduction to Saint Thomas Aquinas : Chapter 2, Questions VII - XII
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