Twain Meeting
Monday January 25th 2010, 9:49 pm
Filed under: Books,Patristics

Carl Sommer directs our attention to Sandro Magister’s discussion of the latest developments in Catholic-Orthodox dialogue, noting that the discussion “appears to focus on Clement of Rome’s intervention in Corinth, the precise meaning of Ignatius of Antioch’s designation of Rome as ‘first in love,’ and exactly what Cyprian of Carthage thought of Rome’s primacy.” These are issues that Carl himself discussed at some length in his book We Look for a Kingdom.


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