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St. Thomas Aquinas was born in Roccasecca, Italy in 1225. He was a Catholic philosopher and theologian.
Being in the medieval/early renaissance period, people were learning more about philosophy. Thomas applied this to religion, preaching to people that God was real, not just an idea.
Thomas believed that faith and reason could be put together. Reason could clarify faith, and revelation could guide reason and prevent mistakes.
Aquinas proved God's existence in 5 ways; Argument of Motion, Efficient Causes, Possibility and Necessity, Graduation of Being, and Design.
He also identified 3 laws; Nature (conscience), Positive (law of state), and Eternal (free will)
In the end, St Thomas Aquinas proved to people that God did exist and preached his revolutionary ideas to others.
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