The Dialectic of Faith and Unbelief

The Dialectic of Faith and Unbelief

By | 2015-08-11T22:57:25+00:00 August 12, 2015|Aquinas on Faith, New Evangelization, Theological Virtues, Theology|

This is the seventh video in a series on St. Thomas Aquinas and the virtue of faith.

To have the faith is not part of human nature, but it is part of human nature that man’s mind should not thwart his inner instinct, and the outward preaching of the truth. –St. Thomas Aquinas

Faith is about not only believing but also witnessing. In today’s video, Fr. Joseph Ellul, O.P., of the Province of Malta, offers a reflection based on Summa Theologiae IIa IIae q. 10 a 1, concerning unbelief and Christian engagement with the unbelieving world.


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