The Orthodox Church: An Introduction to its History, Doctrine, and Spiritual Culture

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John Wiley & Sons, 9 dec. 2010 - 480 pagini
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  • This important work offers the most comprehensive andup-to-date account of the Orthodox Church available, providing adetailed account of its historical development, as well asexploring Orthodox theology and culture
  • Written by one of the leading Orthodox historians andtheologians in the English-speaking world
  • Offers an in-depth engagement with the issues surroundingOrthodoxy's relationship to the modern world, including political,cultural and ethical debates
  • Considers the belief tradition, spirituality, liturgicaldiversity, and Biblical heritage of the Eastern Churches; theirendurance of oppressions and totalitarianisms; and theircontemporary need to rediscover their voice and confidence in a newworld-order
  • Recipient of a CHOICE Outstanding Academic Title for 2009award

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Father John Anthony McGuckin is a Stavrofor Priest of the Romanian Orthodox Church. He is the Nielsen Professor of Early Christian and Byzantine Church History at Union Theological Seminary, and Professor of Byzantine Christianity at New York’s Columbia University. Professor McGuckin has published more than twenty books on religious and historical themes and is considered one of the most articulate spokespersons of the early Christian and Eastern Orthodox tradition writing in English today.

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