It hasn't been a very busy week in the patristics garden. Either that or I haven't been as diligent because of having a cold all week and being snowed in with work (the end of the school is nigh and the marking is piling up). I hope you enjoy the offerings there are.
Mike Aquilina on The Way of the Fathers features reflections on Robert Wilken's book, Remembering the Christian Past, and again on Wilken and reminds us about St. Clement of Alexandria.
Will Weedon on Weedon's Blog offers his Patristic Quotes of the Day featuring St. Athanasius, St. Symeon, and St. Ambrose
Danny Garland at Irish-Catholic and Dangerous features a quote of St. Justin Martyr on baptism.
Daniel Newman on the Christ and Covenant blog features a discussion of the Fathers on penal substitution.
Al Hsu on The Suburban Christian blog discusses a session at a Wheaton College conference which talks about evangelism and the early church.
James Swan on the Beggars All blog discusses the attitude of the Church Fathers to the Deuterocanonical authors.
Jason on Jason's blog features a discussion of Origen as the origin of scholarly theology.
Father Z on the What Does The Prayer Really Say blog connects us to a podcast of Pope Benedict on St. Leo the Great.
Rick Brannon on his Pastoral Epistles blog continues his series on the Pastoral epistles with posts on the Didache and 1st Clement ((Parts one, two, three and four). I'm a little behind on these, I'm afraid.
James Siemens on the East and West blog provides us with an updated bibliography of Theodore of Tarsus.
Tony Chartrand-Burke on his Apocryphicity blog alerts us to a response by John Dart about a review of his book on the Secret Gospel of Mark.
April DeConick on The Forbidden Gospel blog provides us with an extensive annotated bibliography on the Gospel of Judas