Recently a book Towards a Biblical Thomism. Thomas Aquinas and the Renewal of Biblical Theology, ed. Piotr Roszak and Jörgen Vijgen (Ediciones Universidad de Navarra S.A. 2018) has been published. It contains eleven articles on various aspects of Aquinas’ Biblical exegesis and its contemporary validity. In most cases, these are revised and expanded versions of papers given at last year’s conference Towards a Biblical Thomism, organized by the Theological Faculty of Nicolaus Copernicus University and the Thomistic Institute. At the …
Lecture of prof. Eleonore Stump – audio and photos
On June 22th prof. Eleonore Stump (St. Louis University) gave a lecture at our Institute, entitled Sunflower: Guilt, Forgiveness and Reconciliation. Below you may find a recording of the lecture:
Prof. Lawrence Feingold’s Lecture – photos
The last Thomistic Institute Open Lecture in this academic year took place on Thursday, June 14th. It was given by prof. Lawrence Feingold of Kenrick-Glennon Seminary (Saint Louis), and its title was Cajetan and the Mystery of the Supernatural.
Open Lecture by prof. Lawrence Feingold
We are proud to invite you to the next Open Lecture of the Thomistic Institute, which will take place on Thursday, June 14th at 7 p.m. and will conclude the series of this year’s meetings devoted to the relation between grace and nature. This time we will listen to the speech by prof. Lawrence Feingold, an outstanding American philosopher and theologian, who will give a talk Cajetan and the Mystery of the Supernatural, devoted to the natural desire to see …
The Lecture by prof. Andrew Pinsent – AUDIO
We are happy to present a recording of the lecture by Prof. Andrew Pinsent, given at our Institute on April 12th and entitled The Virtues of the Children of God: Aquinas and the Life of Grace. The file may be found on the webpage of this year’s series of the Thomistic Institute Open Lectures, concerning the relationship between nature and grace.
Fr. Mariusz Tabaczek’s Lecture at Villanova University
On the portal Academia.edu you may find a presentation of fr. Mariusz Tabaczek’s O.P. lecture he gave recently at Villanova University (a Catholic university in Radnor Township, Pennsylvania) as a part of Vivian J Lamb Lecture Series. The lecture took place on April 4th and was entitled Biological Complexity: A New Scientific Revolution and Its Impact on Philosophy and Theology
Photos from the Lecture by fr. Andrew Pinsent
On Thursday, April 12th fr. prof. Andrew Pinsent gave a lecture at our Institute, entitled The Virtues of the Children of God: Aquinas and the Life of Grace. Below a few photos from the event, recording of the lecture will be posted soon.
A Lecture by Mariusz Tabaczek OP at GTU Berkeley
Fr. Mariusz Tabaczek O.P., a member of our Institute, recently gave an open lecture at the Graduate Theological Union in Berkeley (where he obtained his PhD two years ago). The lecture, entitled What Does God Really Do in an Evolutionary Change?: Divine Concurrence and Transformism from the Thomistic Perspective, took place on April 5th and concerned the possibility of reconciling a Thomistic perspective with the theory of evolution, especially in the context of division into primary and secondary causes. More …
TI Open Lecture: Aquinas and the Life of Grace
You are cordially invited to the next of this year’s Thomistic Institute Open Lectures, where we discuss the issue of a relationship between nature and grace. The nearest meeting will take place on Thursday, April 12th at 7 p.m. in Jacek Woroniecki O.P. Hall (Dominikańska St. 2). The lecture entitled The Virtues of the Children of God: Aquinas and the Life of Grace will be given by fr. prof. Andrew Pinsent. Fr. Pinsent is a theologian, philosopher and physicist. He …
Call for Papers: Thomas Aquinas and the Church Fathers
We are pleased to announce the international conference Thomas Aquinas and the Church Fathers, which will take place on 4-6 April 2019 and is co-organized by the Theological Faculty of the Nicolaus Copernicus University and the Thomistic Institute. The main objective of the conference is to analyze Aquinas’ use of patristic sources and to discuss the impact of the Ressourcement movement in theology on contemporary thomism. Main speakers include, among others: Serge-Thomas Bonino OP (Pontifical University of St. Thomas Aquinas in …