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The Leviathan is Hefty

This summer, I had the privilege of holding a first edition copy of Thomas Hobbes’ Leviathan. It was downright terrifying; there were no gloves, no preservation measures, just me and the book (and its caretakers, watching intently off to the … Continue reading

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John Wycliffe – Donatism Never Dies?

By late-Middle Ages, the institutional Catholic Church had seen its share of schismatic groups and internal disputes.  However, new debates typically centered on the reincarnations of long-tried issues.  New circumstances brought renewed expressions or nuances, yet the essential questions often … Continue reading

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