Tag Archives: Henry VIII

The Swerve: Modernity & The Creation Of Contemporary Life

Just as contemporary historians and philosophers are finally beginning to ride astride the findings of Catholic theologians on distinguishing variable modes of the Enlightenment (Hans Urs von Balthasar, John Courtney Murray, Henri De Lubac and Gertrud Himmelfarb) all come to … Continue reading

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Renumbering Of The Commandments & Origin Of Protestant Reformation

Most people who are educated have a brief understanding of how the Protestant Reformation began in England under Henry VIII inability to get a divorce (an annulment) from Rome absolving him from marrying his Fathers bride.  The vast majority of … Continue reading

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