Review by: Lynne Rudder Baker, Distinguished Professor, University of Massachusetts - November 1, 2011
This is an excellent book: clear, detailed, and comprehensive. Rosental offers a neat account of Aquinas’s reconciliation of faith with Aristotelian reason. With his philosophical orientation, he brings out the relevance of Aquinas for contemporary epistemology. Lessons from Aquinas should be widely read—by scholars, students, and other serious readers with an interest in Christian doctrine or in the history of philosophy.
—Lynne Rudder Baker, Distinguished Professor University of Massachusetts
Review by: Robert Pasnau, University of Colorado - November 1, 2011
Questions about faith and reason lie at the heart of all philosophy. Rosental provides a clear and comprehensive account of how the greatest of all philosophertheologians, Thomas Aquinas, resolves these issues.
—Robert Pasnau, University of Colorado