Taken from Communion and Otherness, Metropolitan John Zizioulas Personhood Theology and Church life involve a certain conception of the human being: personhood. This term, sanctified through its use in connection with the very being of God and of Christ, is rich in its implications. The Person is otherness in communion and communion in othernes. TheContinue reading “The freedom to be yourself”
H/T: The Way of the Cross, Ray C. Stedman (here) …Peter denied that he had any connection with Jesus, said he did not know him, and affirmed his disavowal with oaths and curses. Thus he denied his Lord. This is exactly the word Jesus chooses when he tells us that, if we are going toContinue reading “Giving up our selves”
H/T: Antiochian Archdiocese (here) The Antiochian Orthodox Christian Archdiocese of North America, with great sadness, announces the passing unto life eternal of His Eminence the Most Reverend Metropolitan Philip (Saliba), Archbishop of New York and Metropolitan of All North America. May his memory be eternal! Details are forthcoming.
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From Dr. Clark Carlton’s Faith and Philosophy Ancient Faith Radio page, the transcript version of the broadcast which you can listen to here: Hello, and welcome once again to Faith and Philosophy. Today’s topic is Palamism Explained In Twelve Minutes Or Less. A few days ago, a friend of…