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Question of the Day: CLEP Humanities
Which of the following was NOT a feature of Thomas Aquinas' philosophy?
Use of the Christian Bible
Logical arguments for Christian belief
References to Saint Augustine
A rejection of previous philosophy
References to Aristotle
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