Since my early 20s I have read several exerpts of Theologian’s papers. I took 4 Univ. Courses in Philosophy and learned a bit about St. Thomas Aquinas…who I turn to yearly.
My question is about Theologians post 1850. Sure they teach Theology in school. They write a bit. But how can someone say a certain man is one of the “Leading Theologians”?
What can they do with Scripture, they cannot claim “devine reavalation” , that stopped with the death of the last Apostle, right? Do they rewrite Scripture? If they are Catholics I’m sure they can’t write counter the Original Scriptures. What kind of "breakthroughts could they have. Hey, it has all been done. Why do some posters say they have a favorite Theologian. Thomas Aquinas finished the book in my estimation.