The Eastern Churches and St. Thomas Aquinas
Su, you are too hilarious!   You ask for a bibliography of Eastern writings and then when someone gives you an excellent example, you define things so narrowly that it is impossible to give a good example.  If we refer to St Basil or Chrysostem, you say, “oh, but that it is pre-schism, so it really isn’t Eastern at all.”  Then we refer to the Philokia and you say, “oh, that was written by Eastern Schismatics, so that doesn’t count either.”  So by your narrow view, Eastern Catholics are only allowed to refer to writings from ~ 1845 to today since most Eastern Catholic Churches were part of the Orthodox church prior to 1845.  It really seems unfair for you to demand that we produce a doctor of the church in only 150 years!

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Re: The Eastern Churches and St. Thomas Aquinas - by AxxeArp - 02-06-2012, 01:08 PM

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