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The Adventure Continues

Hello again.  I shut this blog down a bit over a year ago for several reasons, one of which was lack of time to regularly post.  I hope to be able to redress that in the coming months, but not … Continue reading

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Welcome

This is the archive of my old blog, Societas Christiana, which was in operation from 2004 to 2010. On this blog you will find a great deal of information pertaining to Medieval Christendom, the Protestant Reformation, the relationship of faith … Continue reading

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We Just Need More Loans (We Do?)

This is a rambly post without a definite conclusion, so I apologize in advance. I’m just thinking out loud, so don’t take it overly seriously. I saw a news story today about Ben Bernanke talking big about how people and … Continue reading

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Too Funny

Is Using A Minotaur To Gore Detainees A Form Of Torture?

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So You Think You Know Something About That, Huh?

This is an interesting perspective. I like it: I generally think a person has to read ten books on a particular subject before he can intelligently follow a conversation among the experts. I don’t mean ten books on history in … Continue reading

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The Medieval Catholic Background to the Reformation Doctrine of the Two Kingdoms

For those who are interested in such things, I thought I would link directly to my ongoing series at Basilica “On the Medieval Catholic Background to the Reformation Two Kingdoms Doctrine.” So far I have completed three parts, and the … Continue reading

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New Blog

After a long absence, Paul Owen has returned to the blogosphere.  Check out his site, Voice of A Foster Child.  His post on three varieties of sola Scriptura position is informative and brings to light distinctions that need to be … Continue reading

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Please Direct Your Attention To Epistole

I would like to call special attention to Eric Parker’s blog, Epistole. He has been posting some fantastic material lately on 16th and 17th century Reformed humanism. This is a vastly neglected aspect of our Reformed heritage. Most of us … Continue reading

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Theses and Blogs

By way of a personal update, it’s vaguely interesting to me that when I first started this blog almost 5 years ago, I had just begun working on my B.A. thesis on Medieval conciliarism and its relationship to the Reformation. … Continue reading

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Winding Down….

As has often been the case here for the last number of years, when things get busy at school, posting here drops off. I am down to my last 4 weeks on the Master’s program at the University of Dallas, … Continue reading

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