Message from B0rGs1o54 in The quick brown fox jumps over the lazy borg #memes-humor
What was so special about Thomas Aquinas? I know he made the proofs for God and that's about it.
And he was a Saint.
B A S E D
he wrote some really good writtings that the church likes
Thomism is the ideology that the RCC rallied behind
Didn't he renounce Mary's eternal virginity on his deathbed?
hell the Council of Trent had the Summa right next to the Bible
Something I heard
I have no evidence.
prots like saying stuff like that all the time
I mean it doesn't necessarily mean they are right or wrong just because they're Protestant.
Is there any evidence of it?
i dont know
During the Feast of St. Nicolas in 1273, St. Thomas Aquinas had a mystical vision that made writing seem unimportant to him. At mass, he reportedly heard a voice coming from a crucifix that said, "Thou hast written well of me, Thomas; what reward wilt thou have?" to which St. Thomas Aquinas replied, "None other than thyself, Lord."
*Shieeeet god wuz black and gay and accepts love is love i surely dont read the bible and am not christian but dis is how it is yall*
Your second warning, traveller
based and strawberry pilled