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The Reformed & Catholic Tradition on the Kingship of Christ

Discussion in 'Semper Reformanda' started by JM, Jun 6, 2020.

  1. JM

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    Aside from Anselm of Canterbury I see not so much in this article about the Catholic tradition on the kingship of Christ. Plenty there not included in the article. But it is good to see that the kingship of Christ is upheld in the Reformed tradition.

    The idea goes way way back. Wikipedia says this:
    And one of the principal feasts of the Catholic liturgical calendar is Christ the King, towards the close of the liturgical year. November 22nd this year.
     
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  3. JM

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    Reformed catholicity is a real thing.
     
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    So was your post about Reformed catholic tradition or about Reformed AND Catholic tradition? The linked article title was about Reformed and Catholic tradition on the kingship of Christ. And the article was all Reformed, except for Anselm the Catholic.

    I can't argue with you here, and I'm not even inclined to argue with you as I am a guest and an unreformed one at that. Just wondering if the analysis goes into what is shared between Reformed and Catholic or what.
     
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    Catholic in the true sense, not in the Roman sense, I hope that helps.
     
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    OK. Sorry to bother you. Bye.
     
  7. JM

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    No problem.

    But even Catholics admit that what Francis is doing is not "catholic" in any sense. He's selling out. There is a sense which Roman Catholics and other Christians have commonality, this is what I mean by catholic.

    Yours in the Lord,

    jm
     
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