Beginning with Adolph von Harnack and Reinhold Seeberg in the Nineteenth century, the first historians of doctrine in the modern, comprehensive and systematic sense, there
The Many or the One?
“The Pelagian man was essentially a separate individual: the man of Augustine is always about to be engulfed in vast, mysterious solidarities.” Peter Brown, Augustine
True and particular churches?
Having a discussion on another blog I am interested in getting some feedback here on the issues raised. It comes down to the theological approach
The Augustinian Confusion: A sufficient safeguard from Arianism? Not at all.
Excerpt from God, History, and Dialectic by Most Rev. Photius (Joseph P.) Farrell, S.S.B., D.Phil.(Oxon.): When St. Augustine wrote his De Trinitate, he may have
Not Yet Ecumenical
For the past few months, Fr. Kimel over at Pontifications and Michael Liccone at his blog have launched a number of posts aimed at Orthodoxy.
“Fortunately, the history of Christian thought attests the existence of another spiritual family, much more enlightened than the first one, and whose untiring efforts to
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