Thursday, May 31, 2007

Patristic Roundup-May 25-31st, 2007

Well, this has been a moderately busy week for patristics (and crazy busy for me), so here are the offerings for this week.

The Patristic Garden

Mike Aquilina on The Fathers of the Church blog features comments by R. R. Reno on the Fathers, calls St. Athanasius back to his office to deal with the canonization of Arius in an avowedly Arian church(well, you know, everything old is new again; if we can have a Gnostic Church, why not an Arian?) and gives us his patristic take on Memorial Day

Will Weedon on Weedon's Blog features St. Maximos the Confessor , St. Mark the Ascetic, St. Irenaeus, and St. Augustine in his Patristic Quote of the Day series

God Fearin' Fiddler on the God Fearin' Forum talks about the beneficial effects of the Church Fathers vs. liberal Catholic theology.

Orycteropus Afer on the Aardvark Alley blog features a story about the Venerable Bede

Seth Zirkle on the In the Agora blog considers the Spirit and the Cappadocian Fathers.

James Swan on his Beggars All blog features St. Augustine in his Ancient Voices series.

Father Z on the What Does the Prayer Really Say? blog links us to a podcast on St. Gregory.

Kevin Edgecomb on the biblicalia blog asks us would we prefer to be like the apostles and Church Fathers or modern academics.

Rick Brannon on ricoblog features a preliminary review of Heresies and How to Avoid Them.

The Thoughts on Antiquity blog features an explanation of how the Chroncile of Eusebius was discovered.

The Apocryphal Corner
April DeConick on The Forbidden Gospels blog features an announcement of her conference on the Gospel of Judas, an article review of István Czachesz' "The Transmission of early Christian thought: Toward a cognitive psychological model", a reflection on the Apostolic tradition as living literature,


Mark said...

How about this?

A prayer of Ephraim the Syrian

Phil S. said...

Thanks, mark! Sorry I missed that, but the last month has been crazy so I'm missing things, I know. I'll add an update to this Roundup.

A general appeal to my readers, if you have written something, you can e-mail me (see link on page) before Thursday (when I usually get the Roundup done) or e-mail after the Roundup, if I've missed something. My methods aren't perfect, so things do go missing.