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|1||On Smells and Bells: An Apologia for Orthodoxy||11|
|2||The Forgotten Family: A Brief History||29|
|3||The Mystery of God: Apophatic Vision||47|
|4||The Image of Christ: Theology in Color||71|
|5||The Witness of the Spirit: Scripture and Tradition||95|
|6||The Deification of Humanity: Theosis||117|
|7||A Hermeneutic of Love||139|
Posted June 7, 2004
As a Protestant who is interested in the broader universal church I found this book a great introduction to the world of Orthodoxy. The western church has a lot to learn from the East and acquainting ourselves with its history and theology is a must as a first step towards fulfilling the prayer for unity that Jesus prayed. I encourage all Christians who aren't familiar with Orthodoxy to read this book. And I encourage Orthodox readers to read the closing chapters on how we all might proceed forward together.
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Posted December 24, 2012