A journal of academic theology

The Synthesis of All Heresies: 100 Years On

The condemnation of Roman Catholic Modernism in 1907 was a traumatic event—in the dual sense that it reflected the traumatic impact of intellectual and political modernity on the Church, and in that it induced a climate of repressive reaction that affected Catholic scholarship for decades thereafter. The issues raised by the Modernists form an integral part of the trajectory of 20th-century theology.

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