The Orthodox Church

The Orthodox Church Author Timothy Ware
ISBN-10 9780141925004
Release 1993-04-29
Pages 368
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Since its first publication thirty years ago, Timothy Ware’s book has become established throughout the English-speaking world as the standard introduction to the Orthodox Church. Orthodoxy continues to be a subject of enormous interest among Western Christians, and the author believes that an understanding of its standpoint is necessary before the Roman Catholic and Protestant churches can be reunited. He explains the Orthodox views on such widely ranging matters as ecumenical councils, sacraments, free will, purgatory, the papacy and the relation between the different Orthodox churches.

Welcome to the Orthodox Church

Welcome to the Orthodox Church Author Frederica Mathewes-Green
ISBN-10 1557259216
Release 2015-04-01
Pages 384
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Different from other introductory works on Orthodoxy, this one doesn't simply provide essential historic and theological information, but allows you to see the faith as it is practices by ordinary people.

An Introduction to the Christian Orthodox Churches

An Introduction to the Christian Orthodox Churches Author John Binns
ISBN-10 0521667380
Release 2002-07-04
Pages 270
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An introduction to the life of the Orthodox Churches of the Christian East from 312 up to the year 2000.


Orthodoxie Author Gilbert Keith Chesterton
ISBN-10 PRNC:32101068149861
Release 1909
Pages 225
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Orthodoxie has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Orthodoxie also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Orthodoxie book for free.

Light from the Christian East

Light from the Christian East Author James R. Payton Jr.
ISBN-10 9780830878505
Release 2010-01-14
Pages 238
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The Word Guild 2008 Canadian Christian Writing Awards winner! "Do they really pray to icons?" "Why do they use incense?" "What do they believe?" To many people, the Orthodox Christian tradition (or Eastern Orthodoxy) seems unfamiliar and mysterious. Yet this tradition is arguably the most faithful representative of early Christianity in existence today and numbers roughly 250 million adherents worldwide. What's more, a steady stream of evangelical Christians has been entering the Orthodox Church in recent decades. Isn't it time we gained a deeper understanding of Orthodoxy? In Light from the Christian East, James Payton gives us just that. With a sympathetic eye and even hand, he ushers readers into the world of Orthodox Christianity--its history, theology and religious practices. In doing so, he clears away the confusion and misunderstandings that often prevent non-Orthodox Christians from fully appreciating the riches of this ancient tradition. This book is essential reading for anyone interested in Orthodox Christianity.

The Orthodox Church

The Orthodox Church Author John Anthony McGuckin
ISBN-10 9781444393835
Release 2010-12-09
Pages 480
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This important work offers the most comprehensive and up-to-date account of the Orthodox Church available, providing a detailed account of its historical development, as well as exploring Orthodox theology and culture Written by one of the leading Orthodox historians and theologians in the English-speaking world Offers an in-depth engagement with the issues surrounding Orthodoxy's relationship to the modern world, including political, cultural and ethical debates Considers the belief tradition, spirituality, liturgical diversity, and Biblical heritage of the Eastern Churches; their endurance of oppressions and totalitarianisms; and their contemporary need to rediscover their voice and confidence in a new world-order Recipient of a CHOICE Outstanding Academic Title for 2009 award

The Orthodox Church

The Orthodox Church Author Kallistos (Bishop of Diokleia)
ISBN-10 9780140146561
Release 1993-04-29
Pages 358
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Recounts the history of Orthodox Christianity, and discusses Orthodox beliefs, practices, and forms of worship

Orthodoxy for the Non Orthodox

Orthodoxy for the Non Orthodox Author John Garvey
ISBN-10 0872432564
Release 2002
Pages 131
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Orthodoxy for the Non Orthodox has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Orthodoxy for the Non Orthodox also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Orthodoxy for the Non Orthodox book for free.

The Eastern Catholic Churches

The Eastern Catholic Churches Author Joan L. Roccasalvo
ISBN-10 0814620477
Release 1992
Pages 70
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In recent years a new interest in the Eastern Churches has emerged in the Western Churches both Catholic and Protestant. The reader of this work will find answers to such fundamental questions as Who are Eastern Catholics?" "How did the Eastern Catholic Churches originate?" "Who are Orthodox Christians?" "How do Orthodox Christians differ from Eastern Catholics?" "Why do so many diverse Eastern Churches exist?" While it cannot answer all these questions thoroughly, this concise booklet can help interested laity, theological students, and ministers come to understand and respect Eastern Catholicism for its many contributions to the universal Catholic Church.

The Orthodox Church

The Orthodox Church Author Thomas E. Fitzgerald
ISBN-10 0275964388
Release 1998
Pages 184
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This introduction to the Orthodox Church in the United States from 1794 includes a description of the history of Orthodoxy and its perspectives on the Christian faith. It examines the contact between the Orthodox Church and other Christian Churches and includes biographies of Orthodox leaders.

Eastern Orthodoxy in a Global Age

Eastern Orthodoxy in a Global Age Author Victor Roudometof
ISBN-10 0759105375
Release 2005-01-01
Pages 290
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Eastern Orthodoxy in a Global Age brings together fresh and nuanced understandings of the Orthodox churches - inside and outside of Eastern Europe - as they negotiate a networked world. This book is suitable for those interested in the role of Eastern Orthodoxy in the 21st century.

Eastern Orthodoxy Through Western Eyes

Eastern Orthodoxy Through Western Eyes Author Donald Fairbairn
ISBN-10 0664224970
Release 2002
Pages 209
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In the last decade, Eastern Orthodoxy has moved from being virtually unknown to Western Christians to being a significant presence on the religious scene in North America and Great Britain. In light of Orthodoxy's growing presence, this book will introduce Western Christians to the Eastern Orthodox vision of the Christian life by examining Orthodox theology and worship and will also alert readers to the cultural and historical factors that shape any interpretation of the Christian faith.

Eastern Christianity

Eastern Christianity Author Lawrence Cross
ISBN-10 0855741481
Release 1988
Pages 117
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This book explores Eastern Orthodox Christianity both as a serious study and in a manner accessible to the widest range of readership. ... [from back cover]

Science and Eastern Orthodoxy

Science and Eastern Orthodoxy Author Efthymios Nicolaidis
ISBN-10 9781421404264
Release 2011-10-21
Pages 288
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Science and Eastern Orthodoxy provides a wealth of new information concerning Orthodoxy and secular knowledge—and the reactions of the Orthodox Church to modern sciences.

The Christian Experience

The Christian Experience Author Michael Molloy
ISBN-10 9781472582850
Release 2017-04-06
Pages 528
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How do we study Christian life and thought? How have political and cultural events influenced the experiences of Christians in different places, at different times? How has the world's largest religion been lived in varied parts of the world? The Christian Experience is the first textbook to unite traditional approaches to Christianity with special attention to art, music, architecture, and lived experiences. The material, individual, and personal sides of Christianity are brought to the fore throughout this chronological survey. Every chapter begins with a "first encounter" in order to bring the subject matter to life for students, mirroring the author's approach in his successful book Experiencing the World's Religions. This book on Christianity features over 100 color images, maps, and diagrams, and each chapter ends by pointing to additional print and electronic resources. Michael Molloy considers practices, insights, and artistic creations of Christians across the centuries. The book shows how Christian belief is being practiced in our own time, and it invites readers to imagine how Christianity might evolve in the future.

A History of the Orthodox Church in China Korea and Japan

A History of the Orthodox Church in China  Korea  and Japan Author Kevin Baker
ISBN-10 IND:30000087145813
Release 2006
Pages 265
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This book describes the history and development of the Orthodox Church in China from its origins in 1242 A.D., its Eastern Church forebears, and its development in the other nations of North Asia - Korea and Japan. The activities and achievements of the Orthodox Church, especially since the 17th century, have been understated in many historical studies of Christianity in China. This book details the nature and evidence of these early activities.

Children of the Promise

Children of the Promise Author Michael Keiser
ISBN-10 9781418475833
Release 2004-06-29
Pages 124
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There have been many books written about the Eastern Orthodox Church, covering its history, worship, and spirituality. At the same time that the Orthodox Church has emerged from oppression in Eastern Europe, revealing a spiritual depth able to with stand genuine evil, it has also begun to attract members in Western Europe and North America, disappointed in the superficiality and materialism into which Western Culture has declined. Children of the Promise tells of those whose Orthodox vision is that of the West transformed rather than denied: Western Christian practice returned to the Orthodox faith that shaped the Western exprience for a thousand years.