By P. O'Grady

this is often an exploration and research of Aquinas's contribution to the philosophy of faith. It examines Aquinas's contexts, his perspectives on philosophy and theology, in addition to religion and cause. His arguments for God's life, responses to objections opposed to God's life and his characterization of the character of God are examined.

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