St. Thomas Aquinas
by G. K. Chesterton
Editor: Dover Publications Inc.
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Acclaimed as the best book ever written on St Thomas, this remarkable profile presents one of the most important and influential thinkers of ChristianityGKChesterton’s chronicles of the saint’s life, focusing on the man and events that shaped him, rather than theologyIn a concise, witty, and very easy to read story, it illustrates the relevance of Saint-Thomas achievements for modern readersBorn into an aristocratic family, Thomas rejected a life of privilege to join a new order of preaching and teaching of Dominican monksChesterton compares Thomas’ views to those of another famous thirteenth century, the figure of St Francis of AssisiHe also explores the influence of Aristotelian philosophy on Thomas character, as well as the effects of Parisian culture, society and politicsThe final chapter examines Thomas’ impact later working religious thinkers, including Martin LutherThis brief but vivid, offers a fascinating insight into medieval scholastic movement, and it presents an excellent beginning for further explorations of Saint Thomas Aquinas
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