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

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Affiliations: 1: City of Bristol College, Bristol, United Kingdom,


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1. 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.
2. Bishop S. (2010). "Interview with Bennie van der Walt". Koers—Bulletin for Christian Scholarship Vol 75 (1), pp. xlilxvii.
3. Helleman W.E., ed. (1994). Hellenization Revisited: Shaping a Christian Response within the Greco-Roman World. Lanham, md: University Press of America.
4. Van der Walt B.J. (2011). "Flagging philosophical minefields at the Synod of Dort (1618–1619)—reformed Scholasticism reconsidered". Koers—Bulletin for Christian Scholarship Vol 76 (3), pp. 505538.

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