I’ll try to make clear where I stand on Aquinas and Thomism. I consider myself in “general conversation” with the Thomist tradition. I find Thomas remarkably clear on the doctrine of God, quite profound on Christology, and very tantalizing in epistemology.
I commit myself to none of his positions, though.
And it is entertaining to watch Neo-Thomists tell you which Thomisms are the good guys and bad guys. I lean closer to Kerr and De Lubac.
I am hesitant to commit to Thomas’s view on the soul. I remain too much of a Augustinian/Platonist/Bonaventurian/Bernadian to commit myself on that point.