Aliens in Ankara
Wednesday November 29th 2006, 11:42 am
Filed under: Patristics

She set me up. After inviting me to post on patristic Ankara, Maureen went there herself — and eclipsed Yours Truly. My hat’s off. (There’s lots of other good recent stuff at her text blog, Aliens in This World.)


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You crack me up. All I did was list a few saints I got off the search engine, whereas you gave us the lowdown on tons of church history in a tiny little space!

I have to say, those Byzantine saint names sound like they should have their own comic books.

“Look, Mike! A Logothete-Platon the Great team-up issue!”

Comment by Maureen 11.29.06 @ 12:23 pm

It gets even better with the Gnostics, who would probably be dreaming up Pokemon games today. Can’t you imagine it? All those archons you have to get past, passwords, and goofy-named spirits. One of my favorite passages from Irenaeus is when he just gives up the game of refuting these guys and parodies them instead.

Comment by Mike Aquilina 11.29.06 @ 1:34 pm



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