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    • By Knowledge and by Love: Charity and Knowledge in the Moral Theology of St. Thomas Aquinas

    • By: Michael S. Sherwin
    • Narrated by: Gregory D. Kufchak
    • Length: 10 hrs and 7 mins
    • Unabridged
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    What is the relationship between charity and knowledge in the theology of Thomas Aquinas? Did Aquinas in his mature thought portray charity's act as antecedent to and independent of practical reasoning? Did he view charity's motion as rendering us morally good before God, apart from whether or not we do what is right in our actions? A dominant stream in contemporary Catholic ethics holds for precisely such a concept of charity, and many recent commentators on Aquinas maintain that this is his position as well.

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    • The Art of Public Speaking and Curiosities of Orators and Oratory

    • Past and Present - A Practical Treatise on Oratory
    • By: Samuel Beeton, unknown author
    • Narrated by: Gregory D. Kufchak
    • Length: 16 hrs and 57 mins
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    The object of the first part of this audiobook is to show how to acquire the art of public speaking, an art the importance of which, especially in this country, no one will deny. That it may be mastered, even by those possessed of but ordinary gifts, is certain. They may not, it is true, become great orators, but they may at least learn how to express themselves before an audience with clearness and propriety.

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    • The Mind of Christ

    • What Did Jesus Say - Gospel of Matthew
    • By: Sylvester Veal Jr.
    • Narrated by: Gregory D. Kufchak
    • Length: 18 mins
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    God values relationship over religion. Religion is filled with the teachings and politics of man. Religious people are not godly. They twist the truth and perverse the Word of God to make it profitable for themselves. Everywhere you go you hear man's ideology about what God is saying, when in actuality He is not. And to make matters worse, many people have followed bad/tainted information because they have not sought God for discernment nor studied His Word, i.e. the Bible, for the truth.

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