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Welcome to The Molinist

17 March 2011

The Molinist is a review of Christianity, history, and modernity. With a particular focus on the theological and religious thought of early modern Europe, most especially the Post-Reformation and Enlightenment, The Molinist seeks to engage critically with  primary and secondary literature, asking after the sources and directions of ideas. Broader issues of the period and the world today and how they relate Early Modernity and Christianity will also be addressed. Social and political issues, encounters with new ways of thinking, continuity and discontinuity of ideas, and how the theology and religious thought of the period was influenced by and influenced on its own the world that came after will all be explored.

2 Comments leave one →
  1. Cathy permalink
    13 June 2012 11:22 am

    I am doing research for a paper and I was wondering if you could help me find information that show links between the Jesuits and the Scottish philosophers, especially their reliance on Thomism.

    • Matthew SG permalink*
      13 June 2012 12:08 pm

      Cathy, I’m afraid that I’m not familiar with any secondary literature on the broad relationship of Jesuit and Scottish thinkers. Could you be more specific with your topic?

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