Posts Tagged ‘ Two Kingdoms ’

Church and State: Some Impromptu Reflections

May 4th, 2010 | By | Category: Blog Posts

In an article on the ecclesiology of the Ravenna Document, Ansgar Santogrossi, O.S.B., mentions four ways in which the Church (or some sort of religion) and the state (or some form of the body politic) have been related. Fr. Santogrossi presents this material in the course of explaining the philosophical assumptions under-girding the “ecclesiology of […]

Prose and Poetry: A Catholic Perspective on Kingdom, Cult, and Creation

Sep 28th, 2009 | By | Category: Blog Posts

Recently, some Reformed bloggers have been discussing the relationships between sacred and secular, cult and creation. This discussion has been cast in terms of Two Kingdoms: the Kingdom of God and the Kingdom of Man. [1] What follows is a rudimentary effort to describe two prominent Reformed views on this matter, show how each view […]