Calvin’s theology exists not in the abstract, but in material, contextual and embodied forms that ebb and flow.
How did Francis of Assissi anticipate, yet differ from, the Protestant Reformers?
A new book vastly overstates parallels between the Eucharist and the Dionysus cult
How did the Spanish Reformers approach their patristic and medieval heritage?
What did the great Reformer believe about the Church?
The Anabaptists are much malgined in Reformation history. But who were they, really?
Why it’s worth studying the Church in medieval England.
In the Reformation, the Philosopher was used by the Reformers just as much as by Roman Catholics.
Boethius provides powerful resources for contemplating how knowledge relates to identity formation in the Christian life.
Both Catholics and Protestants are wrong when they think the Beatific Vision is just for Catholics.