Some of my own scribblings

I found out about a year ago that St. John’s University’s School of Theology, where I received my Master of Arts in Systematic Theology, had posted the final thesis papers of their graduates online.

The two I wrote are here:

A Heretic Reconsidered: Pelagius, Augustine & Original Sin.

Toward A Domestic Ecclesiology: The “Domestic Church” Finds Articulation in John Paul II’s “Theology of the Body.”

In the former, I got to indulge my love of the Patristic era and Christian Anthropology. ┬áIn the latter, I take a deep dive into the Church’s best thinking on contemporary marriage and family theology.

I am convinced that how the Church thinks about and supports the family will determine the extent to which an authentic Christian culture is renewed–in this country or anywhere else.

 

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