“[A] superb study”—Terry Eagleton, London Review of Books (Terry Eagleton London Review of Books 2013-12-05)
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Very little of this celebratory paean reveals a full portrait of St. Thomas' life. This treatment implies Dr. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Proctor S. Burress, Jr.
I enjoyed this book so much I'm now starting it again. At first I thought it was going to be a struggle to find my way into it. Looking back, I wonder now why I thought so. Read morePublished 8 months ago by M. F. Crowl
I was looking for high-quality reading on St. Thomas that would get into greater depth (although perhaps with less wit) than, for instance, Chesterton's "Dumb Ox" but still... Read morePublished 13 months ago by J.M.K.
It's well worth the time and effort to read Mr Turner's excellent biography of the life and times of Thomas Aquinas, who has long been a personal hero of mine.Published 15 months ago by Brother Cadfael
A superb introduction to Aquinas -- lucid, readable, and clearly the work of decades of careful reflection.Published 17 months ago by Prof. Thomas Pfau
I selected Brown's biography as it had been praised by a classicist in the New York Review of Books. Read morePublished 23 months ago by Michael Coyne
I bought Turner's book thinking it was an ordinary biography.
Turns out it is more an intellectual biography, spending most of its time discussing Thomas's writing and... Read more
I really love the Joshua Bell CD. The violin does sound pretty good considering its cost. I am happy I purchased it even though I have a couple of violins already. Read morePublished on January 17, 2014 by Gratian