The Historicity of Tradition

A question that comes up regularly in contemporary Christian discourse, be it in the academy or in conversation among non-academics, among laypersons and clergy, is the question regarding the metaphysico-ontological presuppositions behind our classical dogmatic and doctrinal vocabulary, the “world view” (to use a popular contemporary term) of the theologians, the Church Fathers, and the… Continue reading The Historicity of Tradition