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'''Saint Thomas Aquinas''' (c. 1225 – 7 March 1274) was a philosopher and theologian.  He is best known for writing the ''[[Summa Theologiae]]''.
 
'''Saint Thomas Aquinas''' (c. 1225 – 7 March 1274) was a philosopher and theologian.  He is best known for writing the ''[[Summa Theologiae]]''.
  
 
==Apologetics==
 
==Apologetics==
  
Aquinas offered five "''proofs''" of the existence of [[God]]:
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Aquinas offered five "''proofs''" of the existence of [[God]] (originally called the '''quinque viæ'''):
 
#The [[unmoved mover]]
 
#The [[unmoved mover]]
 
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#The [[teleological argument]]
 
#The [[teleological argument]]
  
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Saint Thomas Aquinas (c. 1225 – 7 March 1274) was a philosopher and theologian. He is best known for writing the Summa Theologiae.

Apologetics

Aquinas offered five "proofs" of the existence of God (originally called the quinque viæ):

  1. The unmoved mover
  2. The uncaused cause
  3. The cosmological argument
  4. The argument from degree
  5. The teleological argument
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