The Summa Theologica. Part II (1)
- Author: Thomas Aquinas
- Year: 20-06-2005
- Translator from Latin: Tsocho Boyadzhiev
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- Product Code: 181-01
- SKU: 18.0104
- ISBN: 954-321-084-5
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A multi-volume collection of Aquinas’ greatest work on philosophy and theology.
The Summa Theologica focuses on religious matters pertinent to the organization and doctrine of the Catholic faith, discussions of virtues and the Sacraments, and the nature of the Christian triune God and His creation. St. Thomas Aquinas felt called to serve the Church through scholarship in writing and preaching, and worked on Summa Theologica until shortly before his death. It is said that after a period of ecstasy during mass on 6 December 1273, Aquinas declared he would write no more, as anything he wrote would pale in comparison to what had just been revealed to him. Upon his death on 7 March 1274, Aquinas left his chief theological handiwork incomplete. The third and final section of his writings was later completed by his close friend, Fra Rainaldo da Piperno.
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|from Latin: Tsocho Boyadzhiev
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