Second Helping

Fred Sanders brings the TheoLOLgians up into the medieval period. In so doing, he illustrates the confusion surrounding the identity of Pseudo-Dionysius (his picture associates the theologian with St Denis of France, as did many before Abelard began unravelling the differences between Pseudo-Dionysius and Denis, and Dionysius the Areopagite — don’t make that mistake(not that Fred is confused, but he accurately represents Pseudo-Dionysius as the object of confusion)!), but my favorite is the Heloise and Abelard “Invisible Bible.”