Monday, January 12, 2009

Patristic Carnival XIX- December, 2008

Happy New Year and welcome to Patristics Carnival XIX. I hope all of you had a blessed Advent and Christmas season and as we move into the Epiphany season, let's look at the last month's patristic offerings.

New Under the Tent: New Patristic Blogs And Announcements.


Michael Bird on the Euangelion blog announces the Call for Papers of the Second British National Patristic Conference.

Front Gate: Introductions to the Fathers

greg on the Philosophia blog deals with some answers about some basic questions about the Fathers.

The Midway: Articles on the Fathers


Mike Aquilina on The Way of the Fathers blog features a Christmas reflection.


Roger Pearse on his self-named blog discusses some of the legends around what the Chronicon Pascale says.

Lindsay on the Female Impersonator blog discusses how difficult it is to dis-entangle patristic insights from their male-gendered language about God and follows up with a post musing on what not using father-son language for God would look like.

Thos on the Ecumenicity blog analyzes the dispute over the date for Easter between Polycrates of Ephesus and Pope Victor I as indicative of orthodox-catholic controversial debate.

XRSe on the tantricmagus blog features an essay by Christopher Etter on non-violence in the early Church.

VC on the Synodos blog considers, in part three of a series, St. Ignatius' views on Real Prescence in the Eucharist.

David Jensen on itsjustdave's Catholic Blog considers St. Maximus Confessor's views on the primacy of Rome.

Justin Richter on The Way into a Far Country blog considers whether the Church Fathers' opinion on justification really matters, discusses St. John Chrysosthom's view of justification,


David on the He Lives blog considers the millenial 'day' and Adam's death according to the Fathers.

Drake on The Weight of Glory blog considers tradition and Scripture.

Father Matthew Jackson on the priestmatthewjackson blog offers a sermon on the occasion of the Orthodox Feast of the Holy Forefathers.

The Blog which is all about the RCiA features a discussion of the patristic basis for mystagogy and its application in today's Catholic Church.

Polycarp on The Church of Jesus Christ blog continues his discussion of Tertullian's On Modesty with parts VII, VIII and IX.

Beth B on the Luke 10:27 blog considers monoergism, Presbyterians and the Eastern Orthodox.

mlcullwell on the John 1:1 blog discusses the Early Church, the Trinity and the Oneness Myth.

Rick Brannon on ricoblog considers some parallels beween First Timothy and the Similitudes in the Shepherd of Hermas.

The Marketplace: Book Reviews

Steve on Triablogue considers some contradictions of the Catholic concept of unanimous consent of the Fathers as the basis of an authoritative argument.

Evan on the clavi non defixi blog gives a list of books included in the Centre for Early Christian Studies' (Australia's premier department for things patristic) series on the Fathers.

Pr. Stephan on the Patristica blog features a review of J. . Petruccione (ed.), Nova et Vetera. Patristic Studies in Honor of Thomas Patrick Halton

Reformed Reader on the Reformed Reader blog features a review of M.W. Holmes' edition of the Apostolic Fathers.

Rich Leonardi on the Ten Reasons blog offers a brief review of Pope Benedict's book on the Fathers.

Erma on the Christian Books: Church History blog reviews Robert Webber's Ancient-Future Worship: Proclaiming and Enacting God's Narrative .

Nick Norelli on the Rightly Dividing the Word of Truth blog reviews Edward R. Hardy's Christology of the Later Fathers.

Eric Sowell on the Archaic Christianity blog considers the first chapters of Ramsey MacMullen's Voting About God in the Early Church Councils, considers St. Augustine's views on the Seputagint,

Kevin Edgecomb on the biblicalia blog reviews the second edition of Frank Williams' translation of the first book of the Panarion of Epiphanes of Salamis.

Tim Trautman on the Army of Martyrs blog reviews Henry Chadwick's, The Early Church.

Exhibition Place: Biographies of the Fathers

No items this month.

The Rodeo: Patristic catenae

The NT Administrator on the Nicene Truth blog offers a patristic catena of pre-Augustinian Marian citations.

The Foreign Exchange Tent: Translations and Summaries

Seumas MacDonald on the Compliant Subversity blog features a summary of Tertullian's Trinitarian work, Against Praxeas, a summary of Novatian's de trinitate,

The Celesital Fundie on The Patristic Page blog features a translation of Theodore of Mopsuestia's Commentary on the Nicene Creed (translated by Alphonse Mangani)

On this blog, I feature the next installment of Sulpicius Severus' Life of St. Martin.

The Talmudic Tabernacle: Christianity and Judaism in the Ancient World

Kevin Edgecomb on the biblicalia blog continues his series on Jacob Neusner's Oral Torah with parts 13, 14 and the epilogue.

The Apocryphal Aisle: Christian Apocrypha

Tony Chartrand-Burke on the Apocryphicity reports on the Secret Mark session at the SBL.

April DeConick on The Forbidden Gospel blog reflects on the Judas forum at SBL, on a 'Judas' gem, discusses the dating of ancient sources, and discusses an article she wrote on Valentinian sex.

That's it for the patristic month that was. If you can be a host for the next carnival, let me know.

Peace,
Phil

2 comments:

Nick Norelli said...

Hi Phil,

Thanks for mentioning my review of Christology of the Later Fathers. Just a quick correction: my name is Nick Norelli, not B. H. -- I end all of my posts with B"H (baruch hashem) which is just my little way of saying "bless God" at the end of each post.

Phil Snider said...

Hi Nick;

Very sorry about the confusion. I really should remember you as your blog is regularly featured on the Carnivals. I think I was colating the carnival a bit too fast.

Peace,
Phil