How did Aquinas see evil in relation to Anselm? What, to them, was the nature of evil? This article hopes to answer some questions about the relationships between the theologies of both men regarding evil.
When faced with a serious moral decision, people make that decision based on several things. First, they must educate themselves on the situation at hand; second, they need to be able to read their conscience; and third, they need to consult their faith. One of the greatest gifts that God gives us is the ability to develop a well-informed conscience that can help to guide us through our more serious moral dilemmas. It is possible, however, to have an underdeveloped conscience that can be detrimental to the spiritual life.