The Socratic Catholic
Verbum caro factum est
Just wanted to say, I love your blog. Convert here as well. I grew up Pentecostal. Been a few years since my conversion, but I dived into thomism both before and afterward. It’s always felt like something was missing. Anyway, I was compelled to read a work of St. Bonaventure after visiting your blog. It was life changing. I don’t know what else to say other than thank you. Your blog is a blessing. I’d love to see a reading list to ease into the Franciscan mindset.
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I appreciate those kind words. I will check out my library to see what I can recommend. Which work by St. Bonaventure did you read?
The Triple Way.
I was wondering if you could do a post on hylomorphism and transubstantiation. I am confused as to how bread and wine are substances and not mixtures.
That is probably a good idea.
I have really enjoyed your blog, especially considering your love for traditional ontology and the writings of Dr. Wolfgang Smith. Would you consider adding labels to each blog post, so they can be searched by topic. This would be beneficial to me and many other readers. A good example of this can be seen on this website. http://iteadthomam.blogspot.com.ar/
Br. Gregory, those labels can be found at the top of every blog post.
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