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It is not hard to admire St. Thomas Aquinas immovably caught in the splendor of a stained-glass window; it is easy to pay tribute to his Summa Theologica as long as it remains high on a bookshelf giving character to a library. Under these circumstances, we of the twenty first century can read about them both, talk about them enthusiastically, but pretty much leave them both alone. To have Thomas walking among us, his book opened on our desks for serious study, now that is altogether something else. This is a work by a 1930's Dominican who took this Leviathan, and addressed this work as though it were written today. This effort follows the questions within the Summa, yet dismisses the ojections and replies, while retaining the intellectual and spiritual focused intent.
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