One of the most important theologians in the history of Christianity was Thomas Aquinas. He influenced Western Christian thought and wrote prolifically on the relationship between faith and reason, the human person, and provided a brilliant synthesis of the Christian tradition through the lens of Aristotelian philosophy. He also contributed key theological and philosophical insights that defined the Protestant Reformation and the Catholic Counter-Reformation.
The Thomas Aquinas Studies Collection (53 vols.) offers a comprehensive collection of Verbum resources written by or about the Angelic Doctor. It brings together top Thomistic scholars, philosophers, and historians to analyze, interpret, and debate the classical thought of Aquinas in light of contemporary philosophical and theological problems. This collection specifically analyzes ethics, emotions, and the concept of goodness, and brings new insight to the study of Thomism, theology, and philosophy.
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