Series: Summa Theologiae: Blackfriars edition

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Summa theologiae. Volume 01, Christian Theology (1a.1). Latin text. English translation, introduction, notes appendices & glossaries / Thomas Gilby by Thomas Aquinas1
Summa Theologiae: Volume 3, Knowing and Naming God: 1a. 12-13 by Thomas Aquinas3
Summa Theologiae: Volume 9, Angels: 1a. 50-64 (Summa Theologiae (Cambridge University Press)) by Thomas Aquinas9
Summa theologiae; Latin text and English translation, introductions, notes, appendices and glossaries. Vol.28, Law and political theory (1a2ae.90-97) by Aquinas Thomas28
Summa theologiae. 30, The gospel of grace (1a2©Œ. 106 - 114) / Cornelius Ernst by Thomas Aquinas30
Summa Theologiae Vol. 31 Faith (2a2ae. 1-7) Latin Text, English Translation. by Thomas Aquinas31
Summa theologiae. Latin text and English translation, introductions, notes, appendices, and glossaries by Saint Thomas Aquinas33
Summa theologiae. 52, The childhood of Christ (3a. 31 - 37) / Roland Potter by Thomas Aquinas52

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