7 edition of Eastern Orthodox theology found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 273-279) and indexes.
|Statement||edited by Daniel B. Clendenin.|
|Contributions||Clendenin, Daniel B.|
|LC Classifications||BX320.3 .E27 2003|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||288 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||288|
|LC Control Number||2003052313|
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Introducing Eastern Orthodox Theology is an absorbing account of Eastern Orthodox thought on key issues such as Trinity, Christ, sin, humanity and creation as well as praying, icons, the sacraments and liturgy. A comprehensive introduction places the reader in the appropriate historical context for reading these essays. This book is an 5/5(1). Shop for Books, eBooks & Audio, Academic, Theology, Catholic / Eastern Orthodox and much more. Everything Christian for less.
Eastern Orthodox Theology Americans tend to divide the Christian religion into two camps: Protestant and Catholic. But there's a third branch called "Eastern Orthodox. With an estimated million adherents, the Orthodox Church is the second largest Christian body in the world. This absorbing account of the essential elements of Eastern Orthodox thought deals with the Trinity, Christ, sin, humanity and creation as well as Brand: IVP Academic.
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Theology and Philosophy in Eastern Orthodoxy: Essays on Orthodox Christianity and Contemporary Thought by Christoph Schneider | out of 5 stars 1. Some of the 'newer' Orthodox theologians provide great perspectives. Ware, Ouspensky, Meyendorff, Schmemann, and Lossky (among others) are incredible scholars.
As a contemporary reader, the book faithfully depicts timeless truths of the faith, grounded in the Father, but willing to dialogue with other Christian traditions, especially Catholicism/5(6). Eastern Orthodox theology is difficult to grasp because of its focus on worship and experience. You will be often told to "come and see" when you inquire about Orthodoxy.
I am invited to Divine Liturgy more often than I am given a book when I ask what the Orthodox Church is about/5(46). Eastern Orthodox Church leaders celebrate and explain the nuances of their faith in Eastern Orthodox Theology, a collection of readings for those who.
His book gives a clear summary of the Patristic footing of Eastern Orthodox Introduction, was originally intended as a course in dogmatic theology of Eastern Orthodoxy. It investigates the fundamental questions Church Eastern Orthodox theology book should ask in Cosmology, Christology, Sotereology, and Ecclesiology: can we know God?/5(9).
Orthodox Theology. The Greek Orthodox Diocese of America gives a detailed statement of its fundamental teachings on its website. It is a concise declaration of Orthodox theology. Several important highlights require our attention. It is my purpose to “speak the truth in love” (Eph.
) in this analysis of Orthodox Theology. Eastern Orthodox theology is based on Sacred Tradition which incorporates the dogmatic decrees of the seven Ecumenical Councils, the Scriptures, and the teaching of the Church Fathers.
Holy Cross Bookstore is the distributor of Holy Cross Orthodox Press publications and stocks the most important Eastern Orthodox books produced today. Log. Theologians of the Eastern Orthodox churches celebrate and explain the nuances of their little-understood faith in Eastern Orthodox Theology: A Contemporary Reader, a collection of readings for evangelical Protestants and Orthodox Christians who wish to better understand key aspects of the Eastern Orthodox faith: liturgy and sacraments; tradition; the mystical encounter between person.
T his is a modern classic about the history, doctrine, and sacraments of the Orthodox Church. Its updated version is a carefully nuanced book that is written for the general reader.
An Oxford. The theology of the Orthodox Church is found primarily in its worship—the Divine Liturgy. In Orthodoxy, theology is not so much written down as it is sung and prayed.
Orthodox worship consists of the Sunday Liturgy, Sunday morning Matins, Saturday evening Vespers, the occasional Memorial services, as well as the Holy Week services that. The 'Contemporary Reader' of Eastern Orthodox theology, is a thoughtfully selected group of essays.
This book is intended as a companion reader to the author's apologia; looking into Orthodox traditions, of Liturgy and theology/5(2). Lossky takes you on a "lightspeed" journey through the Theology of the Eastern Churches.
His main focuses in the book are on deification, apophatic theology, preserving antinomy (both/and approach), and mystical theology (that is a theology that can be experienced). Any deeper review would do it injustice/5. Eastern Orthodox Christians, however, have rarely participated in these conversations.
The contributors to this volume aim to reverse this trend by offering original insights from Orthodox Christian perspectives that contribute to the ongoing discussion about religion, higher education, and faith and learning in.
The history of Eastern Orthodox Christian theology begins with the life of Jesus and the forming of the Christian events include the Chalcedonian schism of with the Oriental Orthodox miaphysites, the Iconoclast controversy of the 8th and 9th centuries, the Photian schism (), the Great Schism (culminating in ) between East and West, and the Hesychast controversy (c.
Andrew Louth’s latest book, Introducing Eastern Orthodox Theology (from IVP Academic), is a rewarding exploration of the faith of our Fathers.
I pastor a Protestant church, yet have always found that the Eastern Orthodox theological tradition contains an almost endless amount of 4/5.
Eastern Orthodox theology James R. Payton discusses the Eastern Orthodox view of the synergism vs monergism debate as follows: A distinctive element in the Orthodox understanding of how the Holy Spirit works deification within us is the doctrine of "synergy"--"working together.".
Eastern Orthodox icons of the Last Judgment, most notably in the Slavic traditions, often depict tormented, lost sinners in Hell. Pages 66–69 of John-Paul Himka's Last Judgment Iconography in the Carpathians provides an illustrated description of some such 15th-century Carpathian icons based on a northern Rus' prototype (p.
Often the first book read by those seeking to understand Orthodox Christianity, this book provides both believer and non-believer an examination of the ancient understanding of sacraments and sacramental living. Schmemann was dean and professor of liturgical theology at St Vladimir’s Orthodox Theological Seminary.
The Way of a Pilgrim. Stamoolis is probably the first author to deal exclusively with the Eastern Orthodox Church's beliefs regarding mission and evangelism. Tracing her roots all the way back to the day of Pentecost, the Holy Orthodox Church has historically been a missionary Church, fulfilling the Great Commission given by our Lord to "make disciples of all nations.".
Introducing Eastern Orthodox Theology is an absorbing account of Eastern Orthodox thought on key issues such as Trinity, Christ, sin, humanity and creation as well as praying, icons, the sacraments and liturgy. A comprehensive introduction places the reader in the appropriate historical context for reading these essays.
This book is an.The book is ideal for classroom use or personal enrichment. All of us- Orthodox and Protestant- are indebted to Clendenin for making some of the best readings in modern Orthodox theology so easily accessible."-Bradley Nassif, Antiochian House of Studies, Balamand University; foudner, Society for the Study of Eastern Orthodoxy and Evangelicalism.Here, then, is the first definition and limitation of subject, which is the mystical theology of the Eastern Church.
The second limitation circumscribes our subject, so to say, in space. It is the Christian East, or, more precisely, the Eastern Orthodox Church, which will form the field of our studies in mystical theology.