Contains writings by two 13th-century Dominicans, both Doctors of the Church, St. Albert the Great (1200-1280), patron saint of natural scientists, and the 'common doctor, ' St. Thomas Aquinas (1226-1274), both famous for their contributions to philosophy and theology.(6) In 2 Thessalonians 3:1 1 the apostle rebukes people who give up manual labors and abandon themselves to curiosity and idleness. But curiosity is what the pursuit of knowledge is all about. Therefore religious ought not to give up manualanbsp;...
|Title||:||Albert & Thomas|
|Publisher||:||Paulist Press - 1988-01-01|