Three Dead-End Streets of Unbelief

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Three Dead-End Streets of Unbelief

By | 2015-08-12T23:10:16+00:00 August 13, 2015|Aquinas on Faith, Theological Virtues, Theology|

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

We’ve all been misled by a confusing road sign or traffic pattern, or learned too late that we turned down a dead-end street. These exist in the life of faith as well: erroneous beliefs that lead one down the wrong path. This video featuring Fr. Thomas Joseph White, O.P., of the Eastern Province of St. Joseph, considers heresy, apostasy, and blasphemy—three avenues of unbelief to avoid. Fr. White’s reflection is based on Summa Theologiae IIa IIae qq. 11-13.


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