3 edition of Orthodox Churches and the west found in the catalog.
Orthodox Churches and the west
Ecclesiastical History Society.
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||edited by Derek Baker.|
|Series||Studies in church history ;, v. 13, Studies in church history ;, 13.|
|Contributions||Baker, Derek, 1931-|
|LC Classifications||BR141 .S84 vol. 13, BX325 .S84 vol. 13|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 336 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||336|
|LC Control Number||76380857|
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History of the Orthodox Churches (those that use the word "Orthodox" in the name) belong mainly to two groups, Eastern Orthodoxy and Oriental Orthodoxy. Apart from these two groups, some other quite unconnected Churches in the West also call themselves Orthodox.
An example is the Celtic Orthodox Church. The division between these two families of Churches occurred in over the definition by Their latest book, Orthodox Constructions of the West, is a collection of talks given at a conference in with the same name, and addresses the way Eastern Orthodoxy see Western Catholicism.
Contributors to this work include an Orthodox archbishop, Orthodox priests, a Jesuit priest, professors of theology, › Books › New, Used & Rental Textbooks › Humanities. Orthodox Critiques of the West. Front Matter. Pages PDF About this book.
Introduction. From diverse international and multi-disciplinary perspectives, the contributors to this volume analyze the experiences, challenges and responses of Orthodox Churches to the foundational transformations associated with the dissolution of the USSR The Orthodox Church has maintained its patriarchate structure through the centuries, even during the period of the Ottoman Empire, and new churches have been lifted to the designation of The author calls to create a common conciliar platform for Orthodox Churches and to establish dialogues between Eastern, Oriental, Old Believes, Old Calendar, Non-canonical, Unrecognized and New Generation Orthodox major aim of the work is to provide different and unique aspects of Pan-Orthodox Christian book also sheds › Religion & Spirituality › Christianity › History.
"The Orthodox Church" provides a nicely detailed and well written history of the Christian Orthodox church including where Catholicism split and the subsequent churches thereafter. Also included in this book is the more modern history of the church, such as state conversions and revolutions, › Books › History › World.
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