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Judged by the law of freedom; a history of the faith-works controversy, and a resolution in the thought of St. Thomas Aquinas.

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Judged by the law of freedom; a history of the faith-works controversy, and a resolution in the thought of St. Thomas Aquinas.

Bulzacchelli, Richard H.

Univ. Press of America

2006

116 pages

$23.00

Paperback

BX890

Bulzacchelli (theology, Aquinas College, Nashville, Tennessee) offers a reading of Aquinas' treatment of the faith-works paradox from a fresh perspective. He provides historical context within which to examine the importance of affirming that paradox intact, and to find the metaphysical language for coherent articulation. He has not indexed his work.

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