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Topic: St Thomas Aquinas

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How Dawkins got the wrong end of the stick about Aquinas

St Thomas Aquinas was not proving the existence of God as you would a piece of furniture. He was testing whether the concept of God made philosophical sense

Sixth-form students honour St Thomas Aquinas

RE department of St Benedict’s School, Ealing, hosts Aquinas dinner in honour of the patron saint of theologians

The ‘dumb ox’ who became the greatest of the medieval Doctors of the Church

St Thomas Aquinas (January 28) was an unrivalled theologian who used scientific rationalism to support the doctrines of Christian faith and revelation