SSP: A Comparison of Patrician Scripture Registers

This post is the final contribution to the series on the Scriptures of Saint Patrick of Ireland. As Fraz Stuhlhofer notes, one important aspect of considering scriptural citations in early Christian literature is to consult the findings of previous studies, especially those involving scripture registers. Accordingly, I have offered a summary of the major scriptureContinue reading “SSP: A Comparison of Patrician Scripture Registers”

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Book Review: Theology After Vedanta (Clooney)

Theology after Vedanta: An Experiment in Comparative Theology offers an important step forward in comparative studies, laying a foundation for a fruitful (re)reading and (re)working of theological conceptions in our pluralistic context. Working from a reading of Advaita Vedanta texts, Francis Clooney provides an experience of “reading together” Vedanta and Catholic theology which directs readersContinue reading “Book Review: Theology After Vedanta (Clooney)”

KJV Family: Comparison and Conclusions

This post is part of our ongoing series examining the King James family of Bibles.  Having examined the translation histories and philosophies of the major KJV family translations, as well as noting their effectiveness, we now turn to a comparison of these versions in their translation of the Great Commission of Matthew 28:19-20 (comments aboutContinue reading “KJV Family: Comparison and Conclusions”