Christ in our midst: Spiritual renewal in the Orthodox Church ePub download
by Theodore G Stylianopoulos
- ISBN: 0866870008
- ISBN13: 978-0866870009
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- Language: English
- Category: Christian Denominations & Sects
- Publisher: Greek Orthodox Archdiocese Dept. of Religious education (1981)
- Pages: 75
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by Theodore G Stylianopoulos (Author). Publisher: Greek Orthodox Archdiocese Dept. of Religious education (1981).
by Theodore G Stylianopoulos (Author).
Christ In Our Midst book. Theodore Stylianopoulos has taught at Hellenic College and Holy Cross since 1967, specializing in the New Testament and also teaching courses in the areas of Orthodox theology and spirituality. He became tenured professor of New Testament in 1979 and was named the Archbishop Iakovos Professor of Orthodox Theology in 2003. His main academic interests include the theology of the Gospel of John, t Fr.
Christ in our midst by Theodore G. Stylianopoulos, 1981, Greek Orthodox Archdiocese Dept. Spiritual renewal in the Orthodox Church. by Theodore G. Stylianopoulos
Christ in our midst by Theodore G. Stylianopoulos. Published 1981 by Greek Orthodox Archdiocese Dept. of Religious education.
Orthodox Christian theology is often presented as the direct inheritor of the . Scripture and tradition in the Church THEODORE G. STYLIANOPOULOS
Orthodox Christian theology is often presented as the direct inheritor of the doctrine and tradition of the early Church. But continuity with the past is only part of the truth; it would be false to conclude that the eastern section of the Christian Church is in any way static. Orthodoxy, building on its patristic foundations, has blossomed in the modern period. Biblical interpretation in worship. Archimandrite ephrem lash. His writings include Soul Mending: The Art of Spiritual Direction () and In the Heart of the Desert: The Spirituality of the Desert Fathers and Mothers ().
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Theodore Stylianopoulos has written, "The Orthodox Church is a spiritual entity inwardly aglow with the Holy Spirit . 107 Naturally, as Fr. Stephanou correctly teaches, there is constant need for personal spiritual renewal. However, the Orthodox Church itself needs no renewal, for "it always remains new" through the grace of the Holy Spirit. 108 Therefore, the Orthodox Christian must seek spiritual renewal through a new commitment to the life of the Church. 106Saint Symeon, Discourses, p. 244. 107Theodore Stylianopoulos, Christ in Our Midst: Spiritual Renewal in the Orthodox Church (Brookline, 1981), p. 25. 108Ibid, p. 27.
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During the Divine Liturgy, my wife and I stood near the icon dedicated to the Orthodox martyr saints of China, and I could not help but contemplate Tertullian’s declaration, The blood of the martyrs is the seed of the Church.
this period: Christ in Our Midst by Father Theodore Stylianopoulos. a blueprint for a unified and self-governing Church in America.
As we take leave of the Paschal Liturgical Cycle of Lent through Pentecost, I want to take this opportunity to reflect upon a book I re-read during this period: Christ in Our Midst by Father Theodore Stylianopoulos. The book was written in 1980, and I was familiar with it when I was putting together the Chapter on Spiritual Renewal in the OCL publication Project for Orthodox Renewal. They also apply to the clergy and laity who are praying for the success of the blueprint the Assembly is developing.
Orthodox Christians affirm that their church is the living continuation of the Apostolic Church, founded by Christ himself; they . .elieve that it has maintained, without distorting addition or damaging detraction, the ancient faith of the undivided Church. The Orthodox make these claims in all humility, readily admitting the shortcoming of their Christian witness. They have no intention of calling into question the sincerity and integrity of other Christians.