Ok. I'm going to self-moderate here. Some people in the world (I will not say who) like to purposely misrepresent the scholasticism of Aquinas in order to score polemical points. There are instances in which conversations on this matter with certain posters has led to me saying something stupid and getting myself moderated.
Here is what I am going to do. If anyone interested in learning what Thoimstic Scholasticism is all about, and wants to learn this free from distortions and strawmen, then feel free to PM me. I will answer your questions and include citations from Aquinas' Summa theologiae, Summa contra gentiles, De ente et essentia, and Commentary on De trinitate.
I am not going to get further drawn into merry-go-round with a poster on this thread who will not give the opposing side a charitable hearing.