Aquinas, Calvin, And Contemporary Protestant Thought A Critique Of Protestant Views On The Thought Of Thomas Aquinas
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Aquinas, Calvin, And Contemporary Protestant Thought A Critique Of Protestant Views On The Thought Of Thomas Aquinas

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Hardcover, 178 pages
Published October 1985 by Christian University Press (first published 1985)
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Steve
Vos claims that Aquinas has been misunderstood and mis-transmitted, and that his teaching on nature and grace, natural theology etc, are much closer to Calvin 's.
Shep
This book was indispensable in helping me understand Aquinas. Vos does a great deal of good work piercing through the fog that is Aquinas' writings, and dispels some common misconceptions about Aquinas along the way. I'm not sure all of his defenses of Aquinas' theology hold up, but I'm glad I was able to borrow and read this book because it is overall top-notch Aquinas scholarship.
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James' review piqued my curiousity. As I still struggle to understand the Angelic Doctor, a possible approach may be to look at him from a different perspective.
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