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    This volume contains seven of Austin Woodbury’s texts concerning the themes of the Family, Politics, Education and Formation. The first tackles the question: “Who has the right to determine and to provide the means of education, especially to the young?” The second refutes four objections against the Catholic Church’s law that Catholic parents choose a school to provide a Catholic education for their child, and identifies the root cause of these objections. The third identifies the nature and purpose of education, especially regarding physical education, sex instruction, co-education, religion in education, and the formation of character. The fourth explains the importance of piety and religion. The fifth identifies the means for obtaining maturity in the Christian life. The sixth identifies the two fundamental truths required for a correct political theory. And the seventh offers insights into the three forms of Capitalism and a corrective for the current situation in Western economies.

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    • Hardcover: 264 pages.
    • Publisher: Sydney, Donum Dei Press (2016).
    • Language: English.
    • ISBN-13: 978-0-9953896-0-1.
    • Product Dimensions: 155 x 14 x 234 mm.
    • Shipping Weight: 700 grams.

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    In this text Austin Woodbury offers us a beautiful exposition of what the seven sacraments, instituted by Christ hold in common. This is a masterful piece by one of the great neo-Scholastic Thomists of the twentieth-century. This book is used for our course: Jesus Continues His Work: A Course in Sacramental Theology.

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    • Hardcover: 321 pages.
    • Publisher: Sydney, Donum Dei Press (2016).
    • Language: English.
    • ISBN-13: 978-0-9942448-8-8.
    • Product Dimensions: 155 x 18 x 234 mm.
    • Shipping Weight: 700 grams.

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    In this volume we have seven of Austin Woodbury's texts with the theme of Natural Theology. The first investigates of how we know God; the second probes the depths of Thomas Aquinas's famous five proofs for God's existence, an explanation of God's metaphysical essence and his attributes; the third investigates more deeply Aquinas first proof from movement; the fourth is a short commentary on Aquinas's Prima Pars q.2, a.2; the fifth is a short essay on evil; the sixth answers the objection that God is not perfectly good; the seventh consists of 20 sermon plans on God's existence and attributes. This book is used for our course: Philosophy of God: A Course in Natural Theology.

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    • Hardcover: 318 pages.
    • Publisher: Sydney, Donum Dei Press (2016).
    • Language: English.
    • ISBN-13: 978-0-9942448-9-5.
    • Product Dimensions: 155 x 18 x 234 mm.
    • Shipping Weight: 700 grams.

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    This text by Austin Woodbury is arguably one of the most brilliant theological expositions of the sacrifice of the Mass. In it Woodbury presents the views of major theologians from the 16th to the 20th century who have attempted to tackle this most profound mystery, before offering an exposé of Aquinas's own solution. A must read! This book is used for our course on the Eucharist: Eucharistic Theology.

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    • Hardcover: 149 pages.
    • Publisher: Sydney, Donum Dei Press (2016).
    • Language: English.
    • ISBN-13: 978-0-9942448-6-4.
    • Product Dimensions: 155 x 10 x 234 mm.
    • Shipping Weight: 350 grams.

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    In this text Austin Woodbury looks at the most necessary concepts in the field of sacred theology. He begins by investigating the nature, division, method and order of sacred theology. Woodbury then offers a consideration of sacred theology's history by looking at the principal Fathers of the Church, her prominent theologians and the doctors of the Church. Woodbury concludes his text by exposing what are known as 'Theological Notes' and 'Ecclesiastical and Theological Censures.' This book is used for our course: Introduction to Theology .

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    • Hardcover: 170 pages.
    • Publisher: Sydney, Donum Dei Press (2016).
    • Language: English.
    • ISBN-13: 978-0-9942448-5-7.
    • Product Dimensions: 155 x 10 x 234 mm.
    • Shipping Weight: 350 grams.

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    In these three texts Austin Woodbury gives us deep insights into the nature of Sanctifying Grace, the seven Gifts of the Holy Spirit and the Indwelling of the Holy Trinity. The theology presented by Woodbury in these texts is essential for one wishing to understand the spiritual life and the greatness of the Christian life. This book is used for our course: Saved by Grace: A Course on the Theology of Grace and the Gifts of the Holy Spirit.

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    • Hardcover: 168 pages.
    • Publisher: Sydney, Donum Dei Press (2016).
    • Language: English.
    • ISBN-13: 978-0-9942448-3-3.
    • Product Dimensions: 155 x 10 x 234 mm.
    • Shipping Weight: 350 grams.

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    In this text Austin Woodbury probes the deep theology of the Thomistic tradition concerning life's great questions: on death, judgment, Heaven, Hell and Purgatory. This is indeed a profound study by one of the great theologians of our times. A must for all students of theology and anyone interested in understanding what will ultimately happen to us all. This book is used for our course: Eschatology: A Course on God Consummating His Works.

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    • Hardcover: 319 pages.
    • Publisher: Sydney, Donum Dei Press (2016).
    • Language: English.
    • ISBN-13: 978-0-9942448-4-0.
    • Product Dimensions: 155 x 18 x 234 mm.
    • Shipping Weight: 700 grams.

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    In this text Austin Woodbury provides us with some very deep insights into the nature of philosophy. He begins by considering its definiftion before looking at how it operates. He considers the different parts of Philosophy and how it relates to the other sciences, experimental and mathematical. He concludes by identifying history's more notable philosophers. This book is used for our course: Introduction to Philosophy.

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    • Hardcover: 203 pages.
    • Publisher: Sydney, Donum Dei Press (2016).
    • Language: English.
    • ISBN-13: 978-0-9942448-2-6.
    • Product Dimensions: 155 x 10 x 234 mm.
    • Shipping Weight: 350 grams.

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    This text by Austin Woodbury looks at the most necessary concepts in the field of moral philosophy and theology. Beginning with an investigation into the nature of human happiness as it is man's ultimate end, Woodbury also looks at the nature of freedom, morality, moral obligation, the influences on freedom for the moral act, the virtues, sin, and concludes by looking at the notion of character. This book is used for our courses: Moral Theology 101: A Beginners Course in Moral Theology and Moral Philosophy: A Course in the Philosophy of Ethics.

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    • Hardcover: 216 pages.
    • Publisher: Sydney, Donum Dei Press (2016).
    • Language: English.
    • ISBN-13: 978-0-9942448-1-9.
    • Product Dimensions: 155 x 12 x 234 mm.
    • Shipping Weight: 350 grams.

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    This book contains three essays on two important events in Church history: Emperor Constantine's conversion to Christianity in the fourth century and the sixteenth century Reformation. With these three essays Andrew hopes to spark an interest among his readers resulting in a greater desire to know more about these important events and how they have affected the modern world.

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    • Paperback: 96 pages.
    • Publisher: Sydney, Donum Dei Press (2016).
    • Language: English.
    • ISBN-13: 978-0-9942448-0-2.
    • Product Dimensions: 135 x 6 x 240 mm.
    • Shipping Weight: 200 grams.

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