Aquinas and Maimonides
Compare and contrast two or three aspects of Aquinas and Maimonides accounts of the
nature of God and what we can know about God. Which of them makes the most sense to
you, and why?Question asked by: netjet
Asked on: 29 May 2008
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For Aquinas God is outside of space and time, space and time were made with the universe rather than the universe being made in space and time.
Aquinas adopted many of the ancient Greek ideas and those from the Socratic and Platonic traditions, and to an extent Aristotelian, and applied them to the Christian theology.
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