The new trailer for Aquinas 101: Science & Faith has just been released!
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Aquinas 101: Science and Faith is an opportunity to learn more about Science and Religion. Are they completely opposed? Is it possible to be a Catholic and accept Science? This is a course run by the Dominican Institute of Studies in Washington DC. There are a series of videos via You Tube. By signing up, you can learn from scientists, philosophers, and theologians about the harmony of truth — in order to dispel the illusion of conflict between science and faith.
The potential impact of these videos is enormous. They tackle interesting (and sometimes difficult!) questions. It's a great way to explore the challenges to faith from contemporary skeptics.
Fr. Dominic Legge, O.P.
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What is Aquinas 101? Aquinas 101 is a project of the Thomistic Institute that seeks to promote understanding of the thought of St. Thomas Aquinas, the eminent 13th century philosopher and theologian. Aquinas is a masterful interpreter of reality. His writings assist us in answering perennial questions on topics like God, man, the natural world, law, and morality, and questions of special relevance to our time like the relationship between modern science and faith or pursuing happiness in the digital era.
What is the Thomistic Institute? The Thomistic Institute is a research institute of the Dominican House of Studies in Washington, D.C. Using the thought of Thomas Aquinas as its touchstone, the Thomistic Institute seeks to promote Catholic truth in the contemporary world by strengthening the intellectual formation of Christians, especially university students, through its campus chapters program, conferences, YouTube channel, podcast, and other media.