Orthodoxy in Conversation
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About "Orthodoxy in Conversation"
Here is a coherent, creative set of essays by a well-established Orthodox theologian who dares to address many of the critical and controversial issues of the day. The author is an Orthodox ecumenist who has taken seriously the ecumenical commitment of his church, and attempts to do theology in conversation with other Christian traditions and theologies, in the context of the ongoing theological deliberations of the World Council of Churches and more specifically of the Faith and Order commission. He deals with a wide range of issues, including* the Orthodox church and the ecumenical movement; naming God; papal primacy; politics and the Christian faith; population, consumption and the environment; violence; what the Spirit says to the churches; the challenge of contextual theologies; and the eucharist as missionary event.