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Aquinas’s Philosophy of Religion


Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xiv
  2. Paul O’Grady
    Pages 1-29
  3. Paul O’Grady
    Pages 30-53
  4. Paul O’Grady
    Pages 54-86
  5. Paul O’Grady
    Pages 87-119
  6. Paul O’Grady
    Pages 120-150
  7. Paul O’Grady
    Pages 151-184
  8. Paul O’Grady
    Pages 185-215
  9. Back Matter
    Pages 216-246

About this book


This is an exploration and analysis of Aquinas's contribution to the philosophy of religion. It examines Aquinas's contexts, his views on philosophy and theology, as well as faith and reason. His arguments for God's existence, responses to objections against God's existence and his characterization of the nature of God are examined.


god philosophy of religion religion theology

Authors and affiliations

  1. 1.Trinity College DublinIreland

About the authors

Paul O'Grady is a lecturer in philosophy and Fellow of Trinity College Dublin, Ireland.

Bibliographic information


“In this very readable work, the philosophical contribution of Aquinas is examined. This include his studies on faith and reason as well as his famous arguments for the existence of God. … This is a really well argued case in defence of Aquinas’s philosophy of religion.” (Pravin Thevathasan, Catholic Medical Quarterly, 2015)