Guest Blogger: aquinas

aquinas began his interfaith dialogue blog Summa Theologica in 2007 and then launched The Pierian Spring earlier this year, which he dedicates to Mormon intramural theological issues. His posts shows he is particularly interested in the historical development of Mormon thought. We are very pleased to welcome him here!

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  • http://latterdayspence.blogspot.com Clean Cut

    Very cool. I’m very much looking forward to this.

  • http://juvenileinstructor.org Ben Park

    Welcome. As a fellow person with interest in Mormon historical theology, I’m excited for your posts.

  • Matt W.

    I am jealous. Aquinas’s posts are some of the best on the web.

  • http://mormoninquiry.typepad.com/digital_faith Dave

    Good to hear from aquinas again. And here at FPR, where he can drop the ecumenical kid gloves and let it all hang out.

  • http://boaporg.wordpress.com WVS

    Great. Looking forward this.

  • Mommie Dearest

    aquinas has a lot to offer; I’m quite fond of him and looking forward to following him here. His blog is wonderful and challenging.

  • Aaron R.

    Aquinas has produced some excellent material and it is great to see him here.

  • http://thepierianspring.wordpress.com/ aquinas

    Thank you everyone for the kind words of encouragement!


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