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The Very Very Very Very Late Patristics Carnival 33

Patristics Carnival XXXIII

Sorry for posting this so late, but good news is I did end up finding a lot more posts, so that’s good!

Here’s who’s blogging on the Church Mothers and Fathers:

Al Kimel blogged on St-Isaac-the-Syrian-preaching-the-astonishing-love-of-god/

and  the-scandalous-injustice-of-god/

and love-and-the-punishment-of-evil/

as well as the-hellish-scourge-of-divine-love/

and the-triumph-of-the-kingdom-over-gehenna/

and lastly, the good-news-and-bad-news: all-are-saved-satan-too/

Amanda Mac reviewed Did-the-first-christians-worship-Jesus?

Amanda Mac on the Apostles’ Creed and-what-really-matters/

As well as her tips-for-practicing-lectio-divina

 William Varner on Millenialism In the Didache

Joe Carter asks, Are environmentalists the modern-Gnostics?

Jim Davila on Gnosticism on the Radio

Fr. John Zuhlsdorf  asks Have-we-entered-an-age-of-a-new-gnosticism?

Ryan Clevenger on Principles-for-Patristics-10: the-specter-of-influence

Andrew-Louth-on-Christianity-and-Neoplatonism

April DeConick on the New Athena font

Roger Pearse on Cyril of Alexandria and Ingesting the Godhead as a dubious-quote

Mark-Sheridan-on the-homilies-of-Rufus-of-Shotep/

Larry Hurtado reviews  The-One-and-the-Only-God/

Michael Svigel wrote on the 3rd part in his series of 10-reasons-to-learn-church-history

Alex Poulos on Origen-on-the-ages-to-come-pt-1/Part-2/ ; Part-3

Anthony Alcock on the Mysteries of the Greek Alphabet

Roger-Pearse on-the-satire-of-erasmus

Blair Wilner on Gregory-of-Nyssa’s-homilies

Elizabeth on Thomas Aquinas and Intellectual Disability

Elizabeth on Augustine, Forgiveness and Silver Linings Playbook

Patristic Views on the Nature and Status of Scientific Knowledge by Jean-Claude Larche

Bridget on Catherine Of Siena and Hope In the Storm Tossed Church

John Slattery of Daily Theology: A Mother’s Day Interview with Julian of Norwich

Last Call For: Submissions For Patristics Carnival 33

Patristics Carnival XXXIII

This is last call for submissions for the Patristics Carnival 33 next week. Get your posts, links, and articles in!

As I stated before, I am sticking to the format Phil proposed a few years ago:

“” A. Eligibility
Any blog entry dealing with an aspect of Patristics included, but not limited
to textual studies of a patristic writer, translations of the patristic
writer, historical research on the patristic period, reflections on the
connections of the Church Fathers to today, influence of patristic authors in
theological writing (I’m sure there are more categories possible, so, the
rule is submit or ask and we’ll figure it out as we go.)The final
determination of the eligibility of a post must rest with the host (I propose
to do the hosting first)
Amendment- November 12th [2006] add discussion of Christian Apocrypha” “

In this carnival, posts on historical theology prior to the Catholic and Protestant Reformations, articles on these topics, new developments and news, book reviews will all be eligible for this carnival.

This carnival will be posted between March 30th and April 2nd, 2013. Please have your recommendation for this carnival submitted no later than March 28th, 2013.

To submit nominations for the carnival, place a comment on this post (the call for submissions), email the carnival at PATRISTICSCARNIVAL [A] HOTMAIL.COM, or send a message to the Political Jesus Facebook Page. You can even do a submission for this carnival on the PJ Tumblr: Just fill out, submit with your name and/or pseudonym here: PJ Tumblr Suggestion Box

If you are interested in being a host for the Patristics Carnival in the future, please contact me through the above means mentioned. I am serious, I would love another blog to host this next month.