Summa Theologica, Volume 1

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Christian Classics, 1981 - Religion - 3057 pages
Creating a summary of all human knowledge may not be the sort of undertaking we begin in the twenty-first century, but there is still room on our bookshelves for a classic--Summa Theologica, one of the world's oldest and greatest masterpieces. St. Thomas Aquinas has much to teach us--most especially how to confront the classic questions that are still with us after centuries of thought.

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User Review  - AnnE - Christianbook.com

The Summa planted the seed for my husband's conversion from Atheism to Catholicism after he happened upon it in his highschool library. We named our first son Thomas! Easily 5 stars for me! Read full review

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User Review  - Dale Bryant - Goodreads

One of the recommended "great" books. This is an absolutely outstanding work. I was so impressed by the depth and completeness of his questioning. Read full review

Contents

Of Gods Knowledge
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283
147
The Plurality of Persons in God
160
Copyright

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