MHT: Medieval and Reformation History

This post is part of an ongoing series reflecting on the appropriate approach to and method for historical theology. In the medieval period, conceptions of the changelessness of the Church solidified through the works of Bernard of Clairvaux, the Venerable Bede, Dante, and Otto of Freising.[6] Rome—which was generally not thought of as “fallen” untilContinue reading “MHT: Medieval and Reformation History”

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Blogging and Saint Patrick

The past two weekends have been especially busy, as I’ve attended and presented at two conferences. The first was ‘That They May Be One’: The Past, Present, and Future of Orthodox-Catholic Dialogue”, hosted by Saint Louis University and the St. Irenaeus Orthodox Theological Institute. Though I am neither Orthodox or Catholic (yet, as my colleaguesContinue reading “Blogging and Saint Patrick”

Conferencing and Blogging

I do intend to return to active blogging soon. Really. Seriously. This semester has been quite busy so far, with our buying our first home along with my ‘normal’ duties of PhD coursework, research assistance, teaching Sunday School, leading a community group, managing Conciliar Post, and staying on top of all my other writings andContinue reading “Conferencing and Blogging”