The Truth

The Truth

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by Clark Carlton
     
 
The Truth is the eagerly awaited third book of The Faith catechism. It is the sequel to both The Faith: An Orthodox Catechism and The Way: What Every Protestant Should Know About The Orthodox Church.
The Truth will give Roman Catholics a profound understanding of the Orthodox Church. It will also give both Orthodox and Roman Catholics insight as to the reasons why

Overview

The Truth is the eagerly awaited third book of The Faith catechism. It is the sequel to both The Faith: An Orthodox Catechism and The Way: What Every Protestant Should Know About The Orthodox Church.
The Truth will give Roman Catholics a profound understanding of the Orthodox Church. It will also give both Orthodox and Roman Catholics insight as to the reasons why the two churches are not in communion with one another. The Truth will also help those confused by the outward similarities between Orthodoxy and Roman Catholicism to understand the marked differences between the two churches. The Truth will help Protestants understand church history in a new way and the claims of the Orthodox Church to be the Bride of Christ.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940014951739
Publisher:
Regina Orthodox Press
Publication date:
08/07/2012
Series:
The Faith , #3
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
272
Sales rank:
1,060,416
File size:
997 KB

Meet the Author

Clark Carlton is the author of the popular Orthodox catechism, The Faith: Understanding Orthodox Christianity. He was born is Cookeville, Tennessee in 1964 and reared a Southern Baptist. He earned a B.A. in philosophy from Carson-Newman College in Jefferson City, Tennessee. While studying as a Raymond Bryan Brown Memorial Scholar at the Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary in Wake Forest, North Carolina, he converted to the Orthodox Faith and was chrismated at the St. Gregory the Great Orthodox Mission in Raleigh.
Mr Carlton earned a Master of Divinity degree from St. Vladimir's Orthodox Theological Seminary in Crestwood, New York in 1990. His senior thesis, under the direction of Fr. John Meyendorff, was entitled "The Humanity of Christ According to St. Maximus the Confessor."
in 1993, he earned an M.A. in Early Christian Studies from the Catholic University of America in Washington, D.C. At present he is working as an adjunct instructor of philosophy at Tennessee Technological University in his home town while completing his Ph.D. dissertation on the dogmatic and ascetically theology of St. Mark the Monk (5th c.).

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