An Analysis of the Summa Theologica of Thomas Aquinas
The Summa Theologica contains a wealth of information on Catholic teachings, theology and scholastic philosophy. The voluminous work contains teachings on the nature of God, the angels, man, the work of creation, the sacraments, epistemology, the afterlife, death, sin, grace and much more. The following articles each examine a traditional Catholic teaching and illustrate St. Thomas Aquinas' treatment of the teaching in his work. A philosophical proof is offered at the end of each article. For those who are unfamiliar with philosophy in general or scholastic philosophy in particular, I highly recommend reading an Introduction to Scholastic Philosophy before reading the other articles.
The Nature of God
God is not composed of Aristotelian matter and form
The Perfections of all Things are in God
Metaphysics of the Universe
Goodness and Being are the same
Every being is good