1749  THOMAE CURSUS THEOLOGICAE (88132)

1749  SUMMA S. THOMAE CURSUS THEOLOGICAE Part 3 Vol. 2

 

provenance: The Mount St. Alphonsus Seminary in Esopus, NY,
Origin: Printed in Liege, France. 
Language: Latin
Condition: good , Vellum bound  
Dimensions: 7″ H x 5″ wide

The “Summa S. Thomae Cursus Theologicae” refers to a theological work titled “Summa of St. Thomas Aquinas’ Theological Course.” It was published in 1749, presumably as a compilation or edition of the theological teachings of St. Thomas Aquinas.

St. Thomas Aquinas was a renowned philosopher and theologian of the 13th century. His most notable work is the “Summa Theologiae” or the “Summa Theologica,” which is a comprehensive systematic theology written in Latin. It covers a wide range of theological topics, including the nature of God, ethics, morality, and sacraments.

Given the title “Summa S. Thomae Cursus Theologicae,” it is possible that the 1749 publication was an adaptation, summary, or commentary on Aquinas’ original “Summa Theologiae.” This type of work was common in subsequent centuries, as theologians and scholars sought to present Aquinas’ teachings in a more accessible or condensed form.

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