"Aquinas: A Very Short Introduction" by Fergus Kerr

Wednesday, 01 Sep 2010

Few Protestants spend time with Thomas Aquinas. He is verbose, antiquated, and "Catholic." He left us over eight million words in print, so the interested may quickly become the intimidated. He did write long ago in a specific milieu, and his theology fits the context and thus requires some knowledge of the era in order to grasp the doctrine. Finally, he is both a doctor of the whole church as well as the chief theologian of the Roman Catholic Church, so reading Thomas as a Protestant involves negotiation of some ecumenical questions. Put these all together, and ...

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