1. Who has written the Introduction?
(b) St. Thomas Aquinas.
(d) A nameless scholar.
2. Who translated the book?
(a) It is assumed Anton C. Pegis provided the translation.
(b) It is assumed Saint Thomas Aquinas provided the translation.
(c) It is not known who provided the translation.
(d) It is assumed the Catholic Church provided the translation.
3. The Summa Theologica is a tome of what?
(a) Catholic philosophical theology.
(b) Thomas Aquinas' philosophical theology.
(c) Aristotle's philosophical theology.
(d) Augustine's philosophical theology.
4. Summa Theologica was originally written in what language?
5. When was Summa Theologica written?
(a) The late 1200 AD/CE.
(b) The early 1100 AD/CE.
(c) The early 1200 AD/CE.
(d) The late 1100 AD/CE.
6. Aquinas' work was severely challenged by what?
(a) The powerful Greek philosophy of the time.
(b) The powerful Israeli philosophy of the time.
(c) The powerful Arabian philosophy of the time.
(d) The powerful Catholic philosophy of the time.
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