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Three Podcasts on Tradition and Truth

After a long absence (enforced by school work), I managed to do a “Quodlibet” podcast today. Tradition as Reassertion. If you listen to this one and it is a topic that interests you, you might also want to listen to … Continue reading

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Tradition and Authority in the Later Middle Ages

Episode 7 of Positively Medieval!, on “Tradition and Authority in the Later Middle Ages,” is now available. At only 23 minutes, this one’s a bit shorter than the other episodes, but, I hope, not any less substantive in content or … Continue reading

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Romanitas = Christianitas

If you’ve listened to Episode 5 of Positively Medieval!, or are going to, here are some supporting quotes for the content of the podcast: …To [Charlemagne] “Romanitas” and “Christianitas” were tautological expressions. Romanism for Charlemagne was not a historical-political term, … Continue reading

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“So Great A Salvation”

One of these days I’ll find the time to do those MP3s of my Church history materials. One of these days. In the meantime, these Church history podcasts by Steve Wilkins are great listening! Apparently they do one once a … Continue reading

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