Nature and Grace: Selections from the Summa Theologica of Thomas Aquinas
by St. Thomas Aquinas
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This selection from Aquinas' magnum opus, the Summa Theologica, covers the great
Catholic philosopher's words on the nature of God, the nature of sin, and how God's
grace sanctifies and transforms the lives of Christians. Concerning the nature of God,
this selection includes Aquinas' arguments for God's existence, his description of
God's metaphysical attributes, and his exploration of how God interacts with creation
and the people who inhabit it. In the portion of the selection focusing on sin, Aquinas
asks and answers the questions of what sin is and how it affects human beings. The
selection's last portion presents Aquinas' thoughts on sin's remedy, God's grace. For
those seeking Aquinas' insight on the topics here presented, this selection may prove a
less cumbersome and more streamlined alternative to the entire Summa.
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