Unless you're an expert on Aristotle and Augustine, Thomas Aquinas can seem daunting. Wawrykow conveniently summarizes the learned scholastic's reasoning via alphabetical entries that clarify his important ideas--with Latin terms cross-indexed. Helpful for even seasoned scholars.
This complete yet concise reference work provides accurate interpretations of the ways in which Aquinas used important theological terms. Aquinas became one of the most important theologians of the Middle Ages and his influence continues today in both Roman Catholic and Protestant circles.