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Violence and the Christian Theology

Like mushrooms in a field, death and suffering have emerged in different parts of the world, reflecting the effects of ethnic, racial, religious and economic conflicts of inequitable distribution of power and resources. The growing awareness of the ambivalence of religion in situations of conflict has led the churches on a quest to retrieve those elements of their belief system and traditions that contribute toward the advancement of peace with justice. In that context, they repudiate the use of religious symbols and language to legitimize violence.

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The Boundaries of the Church: An Orthodox Debate

An Orthodox perspective on the unity of the Church and the requirements for communion between churches.

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Papal Primacy

An Orthodox perspective on ecumenical dialogue with the Roman Catholic Church concerning Papal Primacy.

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The Origins of Pascha and Great Week - Part II

An introduction of the development of Great Week and Pascha in the Orthodox Church.

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The Origins of Pascha and Great Week - Part I

An introduction of the development of Great Week and Pascha in the Orthodox Church.

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Repentance and Confession - Introduction

Confession is in decline and repentance is mispprehended. The decline and the misapprehension cannot be easily qualified, but they are unmistakable at least inasmuch as they are considered to be no more than incidental practices in the life of the Church today. The traditional way of thinking of sin and forgiveness has collapsed among a growing number of Christians. Nothing less than a theological and pastoral renewal is necessary in order to rediscover the living meaning of repentance and confession.

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