Renowned scholar Denys Turner will explore the question of Thomas Aquinas’ relevance today for the 38th Annual Aquinas Lecture.

Sponsored by Aquinas Institute of Theology, the lecture will be held at 7 p.m. on Thursday, January 27 at Aquinas Institute of Theology, located at 23 S. Spring Avenue, St. Louis, MO. It is free and open to the public, everyone interested in encouraged to attend. The event will also livestreamed for those unable to attend in person. Complete the RSVP form to receive access information

Denys Turner is the Horace Tracy Pitkin Professor of Historical Theology Emeritus at Yale University. He has taught a wide range of subjects, including contemporary philosophy of religion, metaphysics, ethics, political and social theory, medieval philosophy and theology, and medieval mysticism. Additionally, Turner has written on Thomas Aquinas and has aimed to apply his teachings to current issues.

“Denys Turner’s portrait of Thomas Aquinas makes the great Dominican theologian vividly accessible to the contemporary reader,” President of Aquinas Institute of Theology, Fr. Mark Wedig, OP.  

 

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