Conciliar Post

Conciliar Post is a group blog whose goal is to publish meaningful dialogue between members of different Christian traditions.

My wife's friend St. Elizabeth, who is an Orthodox Christian, connected me with the organizers of CP, and I am pleased to announce that a (slightly revised) version of my blog post Seeking Church Unity will be appearing at CP, in two parts:

Seeking Church Unity, Part 1
Seeking Church Unity, Part 2

If all goes well, I will also be writing brand new blog posts for CP in the future.  Likely they will all be posts related to theological topics, with low physics content.

I've also added CP to the sidebar.  Enjoy!

About Aron Wall

I am a Lecturer in Theoretical Physics at the University of Cambridge. Before that, I read Great Books at St. John's College (Santa Fe), got my physics Ph.D. from U Maryland, and did my postdocs at UC Santa Barbara, the Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton, and Stanford. The views expressed on this blog are my own, and should not be attributed to any of these fine institutions.
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4 Responses to Conciliar Post

  1. Elizabeth says:

    I was quite startled to be called St. anything, I must say but I see why you do it on the CP article. I thought you were confusing me with the name of the church I go to LOL! Well, I am off and running on your CP post and think that we have some real discussing to do!

  2. Aron Wall says:

    You can read about my reasons for that policy here. It is an experiment and the goal is to shock people a little bit! Hopefully it will make Christians feel humble when they consider how short they fall from the destiny which God has prepared for each of us, since we are all called to be saints. If it leads anyone to feel proud then I regret it...

    I will definitely be responding to the comments over there when I have time!

  3. quietfanatic says:

    Looks like you forgot to update this post when the second part was posted to Conciliar Post. : )

  4. Aron Wall says:

    So I did---fixed!

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