St Thomas Aquinas Summa Theologica
St Thomas Aquinas Summa Theologica (translated by Fathers of the English Dominican Province) (5 Volume Set)
- Author: St. Thomas Aquinas
- Length: 3020
- Edition: Hardcover
- Publisher: Ave Maria Press; Complete English Translation from Latin edition
Description of St Thomas Aquinas Summa Theologica:
Thomas Aquinas' best-known work is the Summa Theologica. As the title indicates, the Summa is a "summing up" of all that can be known about Christian theology.
Information on St Thomas Aquinas Summa Theologica from the publisher:
In recent years, increased interest in medieval studies and Catholic theology have revealed St. Thomas as more than just quasi-official theologian to the Roman Catholic church, confirming his stature as one of the greatest thinkers the West has ever known. In his masterwork, the Summa, he synthesises Aristotelian concepts on the nature of the living world and man, with Biblical teaching on God's loving purpose in creating them.
About St. Thomas Aquinas:
Thomas Aquinas lived in the thirteenth century. He is one of the foremost theological saints in the world.
Description of St. Thomas Aquinas, author of St Thomas Aquinas Summa Theologica:
Constructed idea upon idea like a magnificent gothic cathedral, Aquinas's attempt to summarize all that was knowable about God and his relations with man offers a brilliant synthesis of medieval Christian thought. Consisting of 38 tracts, 631 questions, nearly 3,000 articles, and 10,000 objections with answers, it represents the full flowering of scholastic theology. 3020 pages total, five hardcovers from Ave Maria.