Introduction to Saint Thomas Aquinas, Ed., with an Introd. by Anton C. Pegis - Chapter 23, Questions CIX, CXII, Grace Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 23, Questions CIX, CXII, Grace Summary and Analysis

Grace is the final subject of this introduction to Saint Thomas through translated excerpts of the Summa Theologica. Question CIX/109: On the Exterior Principle of Human Acts, Namely, the Grace of God in ten articles. "God, in so far as, through grace, we are helped by Him to do the right" (p. 651). First Article: Whether without Grace Man Can Know Any Truth? During the answer, God is called the First Mover - a definition expressed by Aristotle, but the ancient Greek did not explicitly state that the Prime Mover is a god. Grace, which is the handiwork of the Holy Ghost in this trinitarian theology. Third Article: Whether by His own Natural Powers and without Grace Can Man Love God Above All Things? In the third reply to the last objection of this...

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