Aquinas on Doctrine:: A Critical Introduction

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Thomas Gerard Weinandy, Daniel Keating, John Yocum
A&C Black, Feb 1, 2004 - Religion - 276 pages
This book provides a critical study of the main Christian doctrines as understood and explained by Thomas Aquinas. The whole Thomistic revival of the last century focused almost exclusively on Aquinas as the Christian philosopher. Thus books and articles developed his understanding of being, his epistomology, natural theology, etc. However little has been done, even to this day, by way of examining Aquinas' teaching on the major Christian doctrines. This book of essays by an international team of recognised scholars will help fill this gap. Such a book will be indispensable in every theological library.

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Act of Creation with its Theological Consequences
The Doctrine of the Trinity in St Thomas Aquinas
God IS Man The Marvel of the Incarnation
The Teaching of Thomas Aquinas on the Mysteries of the Life
Aquinas on Christian Salvation
Justification Sanctification and Divinization in Thomas
Sacraments in Aquinas
Aquinas on the Liturgy of the Eucharist
Reflections on a Sermon
The Eschatology of St Thomas Aquinas
The Mariology of St Thomas
Select Bibliography
Index of Names

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Thomas G. Weinandy is the Executive Director of the Secretariat for Doctrine and Pastoral Practices of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops. Formerly, he was Warden of Greyfriars Hall and Lecturer in History and Doctrine in the Faculty of Theology, Oxford University. Daniel A. Keating teaches at the Sacred Heart Seminary, Detroit. John P. Yocum teaches at Greyfriars, Oxford

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