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If you haven’t subscribed to Pints With Aquinas yet, do it here. Also, see what cool thank you gifts you can get by supporting the podcast here. In this podcast we’ll ask Aquinas about free will; do we have it? And if we do, how is that possible since God is supposed to be all-knowing? […]
In today’s episode of Pints With Aquinas (you should totally subscribe here if you haven’t already) we ask Thomas the question, should we pray to the saints in Heaven? Be sure to listen to the episode above, but here’s the essence of Thomas’ response: I answer that, As Jerome says (Cont. Vigilant. 6), […]
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Subscribe to Pints With Aquinas here. Or, if you’re an android user, listen here. And if you’re especially awesome, get this. The following is from the Summa Theologica 1. Q 12. A 12. Objection 1 It seems that by natural reason we cannot know God in this life. For Boethius says (De Consol. v) that […]