Introduction to Saint Thomas Aquinas, Ed., with an Introd. by Anton C. Pegis - Study Guide Book 1, Introduction to St. Thomas Aquinas : Chapter 1, On God from the Summa Theologica Summary & Analysis

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The Introduction has been written by a scholar. The translation provided does not have a specific name attached to it, 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. It was originally written in Latin during the late 1200 AD/CE. His work was severely challenged by the powerful Arabian philosophy of the time; this 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 had been made aware of some of the ancient thinkers outside of Scriptures as...

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