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In this book, Carnegie Samuel Calian, who was baptized in the Eastern tradition and raised a Protestant, promotes greater dialogue and exchange among Christians of the East and West. He seeks to make Christians aware of the diversity of faith and offers suggestions and insight to this end.
Baptized in the Eastern tradition and raised as a Protestant, Calian promotes greater dialogue and exchange among Christians of the East and West, seeks to make Christians aware of the diversity of faith, and offers suggestions and insights to this end.
|Pt. 1||Eastern Orthodoxy and the Spirit of Renewal|
|1||Ecumenical Councils and the Spirit||3|
|2||Holy Spirit and the Historical Process||17|
|3||Patriarch Lucaris's Calvinistic Confession||28|
|Pt. 2||Challenges to Eastern Orthodoxy and the Future|
|4||The Question of Authority: An Ecumenical Crossroad||45|
|5||Empowering Theology: The Prayers of Interiority||51|
|6||Nationalism, Modernization, and Orthodoxy in the Balkans||67|
|7||Secularized Spirituality of Nikos Kazantzakis||80|
|8||Beyond Icon and Pulpit: Theologizing Without Boundaries||92|
|Appendix: Eastern Confession of the Christian Faith||105|