Sentences Commentary Book IV (Vols 7-10)

STATUS:    In Print TRANSLATOR:    Dr. Beth Mortensen SOURCE TEXTS:    Moos 1956 edition This works begins St. Thomas’s most thorough examination of the sacraments. He begins by defining what a sacrament is, then he moves to a study of each individual sacrament. In...

Vol. 6: Sentences III.23-60

STATUS:    Editing TRANSLATORS:    Dr. Chris Decaen, Dr. Beth Mortensen SOURCE TEXTS:    Moos 1956 edition Considering the redemption of man, directed St. Thomas’s attention toward a study of the theological virtues that make it possible for man to live a good life....

Vol. 5: Sentences III.1-22

STATUS:    Editing TRANSLATORS:    Dr. Chris Decaen, Dr. Beth Mortensen SOURCE TEXTS:    Moos 1956 edition This volume begins the consideration of the Incarnation. He treats of how it is possible for the Son to assume human nature and why the Incarnation is necessary...

Vol. 4: Sentences II.21-44

STATUS:    Editing TRANSLATORS:    Fr. Dylan Schrader, Dr. Beth Mortensen SOURCE TEXTS:    Mandonnet 1929 edition Continuing his discussion of the creation of man, St. Thomas explores the fall of man. He then examines grace and original sin. From this he moves to a...

Vol. 3: Sentences II.1-20

STATUS:    Editing TRANSLATORS:    Fr. Dylan Schrader, Dr. Beth Mortensen SOURCE TEXTS:    Mandonnet 1929 edition Moving from exploring the Trinity, St. Thomas now begins to examine creation and God as creator. In this volume, St. Thomas discusses the creation of the...