Cosmological Argument By St. Thomas Aquinas

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Cosmological Argument by St. Thomas Aquinas St. Thomas Aquinas (1225-1274) was born to an honorable Italian family. At nineteen years old, Aquinas had his heart set upon joining the Dominicans, a Catholic Order of Priests and Monks concerned with preaching and teaching. Aquinas' family was against this and locking him up and even hired a lady of the evening to seduce him away from a religious life. Aquinas is said to have driven her away with a torch, before burning a cross on his door. Ultimately, Aquinas succeeded in becoming a Dominican, and proved that he was a highly able thinker. Under the great theologian, Magnus the Great, Aquinas went on to join the Christian understanding of truth with Aristotle's understanding of truth. Aquinas'

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