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"Readers will be grateful for this excellent comprehensive survey of Aquinas' theology. It is a compendium in the best sense of the word, both introduction for beginners and a reliable source of information for advanced scholars. Even experts in Thomist thought will highly appreciate the great number of original and stimulating essays which provide new views and interpretations of seemingly well known texts." --Ulrich Horst, O.P., Ludwig Maximilian University
This comprehensive volume provides an in-depth overview of every major aspect of Thomas Aquinas's theology. Contributors offer fresh and compelling readings of Aquinas on the Trinity, creation theology, theory of analogy, anthropology, predestination and human freedom, evil and original sin, Christology and grace, soteriology, eschatology, sacramentology, ecclesiology, moral theology, the relation between theology and philosophy, and scriptural exegesis.
Contributors toThe Theology of Thomas Aquinascome from seven different countries and a variety of specialties within the discipline of theology. Their diverse perspectives add considerable merit to the depth and breadth of this project. Contributors both outline the thought of Aquinas in its own right and bring it into dialogue with present theological concerns. The high quality of these essays make this volume a valuable reference tool.
|Publisher:||University of Notre Dame Press|
|Edition description:||1st Edition|
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 8.90(h) x 1.10(d)|
About the Author
Rik Van Nieuwenhove is lecturer in theology at Mary Immaculate College in Limerick, Ireland. He is the author of Jan van Ruusbroec, Mystical Theologian of the Trinity, published by the University of Notre Dame Press.
Joseph Wawrykow is associate professor of theology at the University of Notre Dame. He is the author of God's Grace and Human Action and co-editor of Christ among the Medieval Dominicans, both published by the University of Notre Dame Press.
Contributors: Bruce D. Marshall, Herwi Rikhof, Gilles Emery, O.P., David B. Burrell, C.S.C., Harm Goris, D. Juvenal Merriell, C.O., Rudi A. te Velde, Jean Porter, Joseph Wawrykow, Paul Gondreau, Rik Van Nieuwenhove, Thomas F. O'Meara, O.P., Liam G. Walsh, O.P., Carlo Leget, Thomas Prugl, Paul O'Grady, and Eugene F. Rogers, Jr.
Table of Contents
|1||Quod Scit Una Uetula: Aquinas on the Nature of Theology||1|
|3||Trinity and Creation||58|
|4||Analogy, Creation, and Theological Language||77|
|5||Divine Foreknowledge, Providence, Predestination, and Human Freedom||99|
|7||Evil, Sin, and Death: Thomas Aquinas on Original Sin||143|
|8||Right Reason and the Love of God: The Parameters of Aquinas' Moral Theology||167|
|11||The Humanity of Christ, the Incarnate Word||252|
|12||"Bearing the Marks of Christ's Passion": Aquinas' Soteriology||277|
|13||Theology of Church||303|
|16||Thomas Aquinas as Interpreter of Scripture||386|
|17||Philosophical Theology and Analytical Philosophy in Aquinas||416|
|18||Faith and Reason Follow Glory||442|
|A Note on the Literature||460|