Category Archives: Threshold of Modernity

Catholic Apologetics at the Threshold of Modernity

Of late I’ve suffered a posting hiatus on account of summer class-work and conference projects. I hope to put up some material on medieval theology next weekend. In the meantime, however, I can hardly over-recommend Fr. Michael J. Buckley’s The … Continue reading

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Thomism at the Threshold of Modernity

From the 12th to the 16th centuries, Peter Lombard’s Sententiae in quatuor IV libris distinctae was the most influential theological text in Christendom. Indeed, no other piece of Christian literature save Scripture has garnered more commentaries: some fourteen hundred are … Continue reading

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