Historical Context of Thomism.
Thomism is the system of philosophy developed by Thomas Aquinas, a Catholic scholar who harmonized the philosophy of Aristotle with the theology of Christianity. Thus, creating a system of thought that has become one of the most influential in history. Aquinas’ philosophy was popular during his lifetime, but where did philosophy go after Aquinas? For example, David Hume’s denial of a connection between cause and effect. Charles Darwin’s view that is called Darwinism. Kierkegaard’s leap of faith. Here to help us know if something could come into being without any efficient cause, and to explain the principle of proportionate causality, are…
Troy Skinner. 930 WFMD Host/Moderator of The Faith Debate.
Jonathan Switzer. Past-President of Frederick’s Evangelical Ministerial Fellowship, Founder of “Frederick 48”, Founder of Crossroads Valley Church, and most recently Founder of BRIDGES: Connecting needs and resources in Frederick County.
Haydn Booth. Self-described layman of the Roman Catholic Church, Thomist, and lover of Christ.