[In the disputed question model], Aquinas is attempting — vicariously, because all these people are not sitting in the Agora
“Fortitude is the distinctly human virtue. As Josef Pieper said [in his book, ‘The Four Cardinal Virtues’]: ‘Fortitude presupposes vulnerability.
“‘Verily, verily, I say unto you,’ says the Divine Speaker, ‘I am the Door of the sheep … I am
How predictable is the natural world? Can modern science make perfect predictions? Fr. Thomas Davenport, O.P., a Dominican friar from
Aquinas responds [to Jewish and Muslim medieval arguments against the Incarnation] in the corpus of [article 1 of question 1
Aquinas’ arguments for Christ’s perfect human supernatural knowledge are set within three larger claims, or three larger overarching perspectives. First,
“When we think about the human race, we should not first think of Adam and Eve — the first man
“We cannot live our Christian vocation to the full unless and until the new first principles given by faith pervade