Norman Geisler's works served to reintroduce Thomas Aquinas into evangelical philosophy and theology. Dr. Geisler's book "Should Old Aquinas Be Forgotten?" though a word play title, mixes no words in presenting a straight-forward, comprehensive, well-researched, and lucid account of Aquinas' thought from his major works. Abounding with quotations, this systematic presentation of Aquinas using his own words serves as an excellent introduction.
Participants will read the book, as well as listen to lectures Dr. Geisler gave on various topics related to Aquinas. Weekly group meeting will help unpack and contextualize the material.
Meetings begin Thursday, January 16, 2020 at 8:30PM EST.
Thomas served in various roles as volunteer, church staff, and pastor for over 20 years across Tennessee and North Carolina. Thomas began learning from Dr. Norm Geisler in 2003 at Southern Evangelical Seminary. Thomas studied under Dr. Geisler for five years earning his Master's Degree in Biblical Studies, and in 2013, Thomas began pursuing a Doctorate of Ministry from SES. He again sat under Dr. Norm Geisler's teaching, and in 2015, he met Dr. David Geisler and learned Conversational Evangelism, and that was when Thomas first joined NGIM.
Thomas has a heart for the local church and desires to help ministers fulfill their calling by helping equip believers for the work of the ministry. To this end, Thomas serves as Director of the Norm Geisler Institute to train, equip, mentor, and guide believers to fulfill their calling and grow in the faith.