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Saint Thomas Aquinas (1225-1274) was a Dominican priest, a philosopher and Scriptural theologian. He was born in Italy and taught at the universities of Paris, Cologne and Naples.

Thomas wrote a great deal in his life and is credited with the harmonious blending of faith and reason.
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 The 13th century was a pivotal point in Western culture. Europe witnessed the rise of the great universities and the resurgence of Aristotelian thought. It was the age of reason. No man exemplified this new age more than Saint Thomas Aquinas, who was a brilliant theologian, a philosopher and privatus investigo. He was the man who perfected faith through reason.


The Medieval Adventures of Thomas Aquinas is a fictional account of mysteries Saint Thomas Aquinas encountered during his life. Though a work of fiction, extensive research was carried out to maintain historical accuracy and integrity of the life and times of Saint Thomas. The stories also showcase his masterful style of theology and philosophy.