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Is Thomas Aquinas a Protestant? Book looks at saint's universal appeal

Discussion in 'One Bread, One Body - Catholic' started by Michie, Jul 23, 2019.

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    Francis J. Beckwith is Professor of Philosophy and Church State Studies, and Associate Director of the Graduate Program in Philosophy, at Baylor University in Waco, Texas. He was born Catholic, but later became an Evangelical Protestant. Beckwith is the former of the Evangelical Theological Society, but resigned when he returned to the Catholic Church in 2007. His latest book is Never Doubt Thomas: The Catholic Aquinas as Evangelical and Protestant.

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