Last September, Prof. Daniel Mark (Villanova) reviewed my William and Mary Quarterly article, "Conciliarism and the American Founding." In an Arc of the Universe post, he posed two questions: "First, can good Catholics be conciliarists? Second, were American Catholics conciliarists in good faith (as it were), or did they adopt conciliarism out of convenience?" Mark and the blog's founder, Prof. Dan Philpott (Notre Dame), invited me to respond. My reply, "The Push and Pull of Conciliarist Thought and Religious Liberty: A Reply to Daniel Mark," can be found here.
Legal scholar Marc DeGirolami's review at the Law and Religion Forum of the William and Mary Quarterly article, "Conciliarism and the American Founding."Read More
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