Contemporary Traditionalist Orthodox Thought

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by Archbishop Chrysostomos of Etna, Bishop Auxentios of Photiki, and Archimandrite Akakios
Publication Data: Etna, CA: Center for Traditionalist Orthodox Studies, 1998
Format: softcover
Number of Pages: 100
Dimensions (l × w × h): 21.3 cm × 13.8 cm × 0.7 cm
ISBN: 0‒911165‒07‒X

   
Second Edition

by Archbishop Chrysostomos of Etna, Bishop Auxentios of Photiki, and Archimandrite Akakios

A volume of Contemporary Traditionalist Orthodox Thought

“For some time now, I have felt the need for a volume of essays that touch on Eastern Orthodoxy from the standpoint of Her Own self–conception; indeed, from the ‘traditionalist’ standpoint, in the spirit of the ‘Patristic Revival.’ Both in lecturing and teaching at a seminary and in a college, I and other colleagues have found it possible to bring the Orthodox witness to non–Orthodox students by way of the various introductory surveys available and in a general, referential context. Our students have come to know, for example, how Orthodox view faith and good works in reference to the views of various Protestant and Roman Catholic writers on the subject. They come to understand the seven sacraments as the Orthodox see them, and come to an all–too–limited apprehension of how the Orthodox position contrasts with the positions of the Western confessions. One suspects that many Orthodox, attempting to understand and capture their own beliefs, know little more of their Faith that these students.”
—“INTRODUCTION”

CONTENTS

Introduction
Chapter 1
   Notes on the Nature of God, the Cosmos, and Novus Homo: An Eastern Orthodox Perspective
Chapter 2
   History and Politics of the Byzantine Church: Some Historiographical Perspectives
Chapter 3
   A Comparative Treatment of Scripture and Tradition in the Orthodox East and the Catholic and Protestant West
Chapter 4
   Dom David Knowles on Hesychasm: A Palamite Rejoinder
Chapter 5
   Saint Gregory Palamas on the Hesychasts
Chapter 6
   Some Thoughtful Comments on Orthodox Meditation
Chapter 7
   Cultural Paradosis and Orthodox America
Chapter 8
   Orthodoxy and the Cults
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