This is a list of some of my favorite resources on Classical Theism and the topics discussed throughout this series of blog posts. There are many, many others out there, but these are the highlights from where I pulled most of my current viewpoints on these matters.
*denotes advanced material.
General Classical Theism
Edward Feser, Aquinas: A Beginner’s Guide
Edward Feser, The Last superstition: A Refutation of the New Atheism
Edward Feser, Five Proofs of the Existence of God
*Edward Feser, Scholastic Metaphysics
R. Garrigou-Lagrange, Reality – A Synthesis of Thomistic Thought
R. Garrigou-Lagrange, God, His Existence and His Nature; A Thomistic Solution
Thomas Aquinas, Summa Theologiae
Thomas Aquinas, Contra Gentiles
Matt Fradd and Robert A. Delfino, Does God Exist? A Socratic Dialogue on the Five Ways of Thomas Aquinas
Edward Feser, Classical Theism
Edward Feser, Talk: An Aristotelian Proof of God’s Existence
Aquinas 101 (email course with amazing short, well produced videos walking through the entire Summa Theologica)
The Thomistic Institute Podcast, Playlist: Metaphysics
Pints With Aquinas Podcast
Classical Theism Podcast
Thomas Aquinas, Summa Theologiae: The Simplicity of God I Q.3
Catholic Encyclopedia, Divine Attributes of God
*Johann Gerhard, Theological commonplaces. On the nature of God and on the most holy mystery of the Trinity.
Augsburg Confession Article I: The Book of Concord
The Defense of the Augsburg Confession Article 1: The Book of Concord
*Francis Pieper, Christian Dogmatics Vol. 1: Chapter 8
God’s Essence and Attributes (De essentia et attributis divinis)
Edward Feser, Podcast – Classical Theism and Divine Personalism
Bishop Robert Barron, Symposium with William Lane Craig on Divine Simplicity
Edward Feser, WHY IS THERE ANYTHING AT ALL? IT’S SIMPLE
Thomas Aquinas, Summa Theologiae: The Law I-II Q. 90-97
Thomas Aquinas, 5th way of Summa Theologiae: The Existence of God Q2 A3
Servais Pinckaers, THE SOURCES OF CHRISTIAN ETHICS.
Trent Horn and Leila Miller, Made This Way
Charles Rice, 50 Questions on the Natural Law: What It Is and Why We Need It.
Edward Feser, Conjuring Teleology
Edward Feser, Atheistic teleology?
Edward Feser, Natural theology, natural science, and the philosophy of nature
Edward Feser, Talk: Natural Law and Sexual Ethics
The Thomistic Institute Podcast, Playlist – Introduction to natural law
Robert A. Delfino, Classical Theism Podcast Ep. 14: Does the Fifth Way Still Have Teeth?
Edward Feser, Perveted Faculty Argument
David S. Oderberg, Why I am not a Consequentialist
Edward Feser, Natural Law, Natural Rights, and Private Property
Edward Feser, Teleology: A Shopper’s Guide
Pr. Heath Curtis, Should Christian Couples Use Contraception?
*David S. Oderberg, Real Essentialism
*Edward Feser, Scholastic Metaphysics – Chapter 4
David S. Oderberg, Metaphysical Foundations of Natural Law
David S. Oderberg, Temporal Parts and Possibility of Change
Edward Feser, Empirical science and the transcendentals
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