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Feb 4, 2022·edited Feb 4, 2022Author

Thank Phillip, your zeal for the Lord is obvious, and very appreciated.

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Beautifully explained. Thank you, Phillip!

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Thank you for all your work and initiative at Missio Dei! The mission must have missionaries and for Missio Dei to be successful it needs you and all of the amazing writers who have joined us here.

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Feb 1, 2022Liked by Phillip Hadden

That's a lovely article. Although not a Catholic, I agree with the contents and enjoyed the reference to Anglicanism.

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Thanks for the comment Nick. I started to dig into Avery Cardinal Dulles' book due to a comment from one of our readers, John Francis Pearring, who referred to the work. I have been familiar with Dulles' work on Covenant theology, which I found very informative in my own work on the topic. So far, it has been a joy to read his thoughts and views of a diverse but unitive expression of the faith throughout the entire history of the Catholic Church.

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Feb 1, 2022Liked by Phillip Hadden

I imagine that such a unitive approach is also helpful in patristics. I'm trying to delve more into that and tackle the Ecumenical Councils when time allows.

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Great article! I hope Missio Dei continues to grow and spread the Word!

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deletedFeb 1, 2022Liked by Phillip Hadden, Jonathon T. Fessenden
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Glory be to God!

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