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Read the following from Aquinas’ Summa theologiae and then challenge yourself to i) rebut each objection and ii) articulate your own explanation of the truth, before reading how St. Thomas does so. III, q. I, a. 1 – “Is it fitting for God … Continue reading
As I explained not so long ago, I go through seasons as a blogger, and as a thinker. A topos which is coming back to the fore, after a hiatus, is my study of Summa contra gentiles (SCG) by St. … Continue reading
[I have revised and expanded this post since last night, primarily in the latter half of it, so you may want to peruse it again.] “[I]f the faith were endangered, a subject ought to rebuke his prelate even publicly. Hence … Continue reading
Listening to (an older recording) of Fr. Mitch Pacwa on my local Catholic radio station last night while running an errand, I heard him explain why Pope John Paul II had written some of his theological works in poetic form, … Continue reading
And other dimwitted complaints. The following, written by Yves Simon, is an excerpt from his acceptance speech for the Aquinas Medal, awarded to him by the American Catholic Philosophical Association. It speaks directly to the intellectual malaise of our scientistic … Continue reading