Thomas Aquinas and the Neo-Thomist Tradition: A Christian-Philosophical Assessment, written by B.J. van der Walt

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Philosophia Reformata

International Philosophical Journal of Christianity, Science, and Society

References

Aertsen J.A. (1991). Thomas Aquinas (1224/5–1274). The natural desire for knowledge and its supernatural fulfillment. In: J. Klapwijk , S. Griffioen , and G. Groenewoud , eds., Bringing Into Captivity Every Thought: Capita Selecta in the History of Christian Evaluations of Non-Christian Philosophy, Lanham, md: University Press of America, pp. 95122.

Bishop S. (2010). Interview with Bennie van der Walt. Koers—Bulletin for Christian Scholarship 75 (1), pp. xlilxvii.

Helleman W.E. , ed. (1994). Hellenization Revisited: Shaping a Christian Response within the Greco-Roman World. Lanham, md: University Press of America.

Van der Walt B.J. (2011). Flagging philosophical minefields at the Synod of Dort (1618–1619)—reformed Scholasticism reconsidered. Koers—Bulletin for Christian Scholarship 76 (3), pp. 505538.

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