Articles by Jared Tomlinson

Jared Tomlinson

Jared lives in Toronto, is an M.T.S. Student at the University of St. Michael's College, an active parishioner at S. Bartholomew's Anglican Church, Regent Park, and an I.S.A. Certified Arborist. His primary theological interests are Protestant Thomism and the recovery of Richard Hooker's theological vision as constitutive of Anglican identity. He also holds a B.F.A., Spec. Hons. Music degree from York University; a professional member of the Canadian League of Composers, he is the composer of a number of award-winning and published choral works.


THE LAW ON OUR HEARTS: RICHARD HOOKER AND THOMAS AQUINAS

I. INTRODUCTION “The greatest amongst the School-divines.”[1] These are the words by which Richard Hooker, a sixteenth-century Anglican priest and theologian, expressed his admiration for S. Thomas Aquinas. Regarding Hooker’s admiration for S. Thomas, the Rev. Dr. David Neelands writes that while “Thomas is explicitly cited by Hooker … probably only about eight times in…

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