Eastern Orthodox


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of or relating to or characteristic of the Eastern Orthodox Church

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Gillquist's search for the true New Testament church led him first to establish an independent "Orthodox" church in 1979 (110) and eventually to seek full communion with the Eastern Orthodox Church under the aegis of the Antiochian Orthodox Archdiocese of North America in 1987 (125).
In recognition of the 1,600th anniversary of the Nicene Creed in 1925, the Church of England offered dramatic evidence of its interest in the Eastern Orthodox churches.
Or else, a study of Solovyov's influence on 20th century Eastern Orthodox theology would be equally required.
This in part explains why there is no essay on the social ethics of Eastern Orthodoxy in this book--for social ethics requires theological reflection on the matrix of politics and economics in Eastern Orthodox society.
In regard to the Trinity, the Eastern Orthodox Church as early as the 5th Century rejected the belief that the Holy Spirit proceeds from the Father and Son.
A collection of 150 icons from the Eastern Orthodox world is the subject of The Sacred Image of the Icon: A World of Belief at the Varley Art Gallery in Markham, Ont.
Amid Old World ambience and an elaborate liturgy dating back to the early days of Christianity, members of the Eastern Orthodox Church will celebrate Pascha -- the Easter of the New Passover -- on Sunday.
Michael Angold, professor emeritus of Byzantine history at the University of Edinburgh, has done a magnificent job of touching on the highlights of Eastern Christianity in its many forms, including the Oriental churches not in full communion with the Eastern Orthodox churches.
He discusses such aspects as Eastern Orthodox theology and the nexus between the body, soul, and spirit; Hesychasm and the cleansing of the mind; and clinical applications.
Actually, there is one final equation added thereafter: God as Pantokrator ("Almighty"), the first of nine occurrences of the term in Revelation (otherwise seen in the NT only in 2 Cor 6:18 and literally a term of art in Eastern Orthodox depictions of Christ regnant).
That personage is not, as one might think, a Muslim, but a Christian: Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew I of the Eastern Orthodox Church.
For example, if asked for religious identification, almost 90 percent of people in the United States will identify themselves as some type of Christian, usually either Roman Catholic, Eastern Orthodox, or of a Protestant denomination.
Father Schroedel is an Eastern Orthodox priest and a national speaker on theological topics to Catholic, Eastern Orthodox, and Protestant audiences.
The history and idea of the Eastern orthodox Church is little known to many, yet the author's research uncovered a vital, living faith and Frederica Mathewes-Green's FACING EAST: A PILGRIM'S JOURNEY INTO THE MYSTERIES OF ORTHODOXY (0060850000 $13.
For Eastern Orthodox Christians, Mary is the Theotokos and Virgin Mother of the Lord Jesus Christ.
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