Aaron Pidel

Conciliar Reception in the Early Church as Traditio and its Contemporary Implications

The historical investigations of H.-J. Sieben show that when early Christian authors such as Athanasius insist that church councils be “received,” they do not mean to introduce a democratic style of Church governance but to insist that Christ’s authority, transmitted through tradition, be acknowledged by hierarchy and laity alike.

Jeffrey Overstreet

British filmmaker missing in Pakistan

News from The Guardian on filmmaker Asad Qureshi who worked on [i]Empire of the Sun[/i] and Willow[/i], and who recently co-directed the film The Journalist and the Jihadi: The Murder of Daniel Pearl: A British documentary film-maker has gone missing after setting out to interview Taliban leaders in Pakistan’s lawless tribal area. Two former senior […]