Introducing Eastern Orthodox Theology Paperback

by Andrew Louth;

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Introducing Eastern Orthodox Theology

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The author is a world authority on Orthodox thought. This book explores and explains the enduring influence of some of the world's greatest mystical theologians. 1. Introduction: Who are the Orthodox 2. Thinking and doing, being and praying: Where do we start? 3. Who is God? The doctrine of the Holy Trinity; apophatic theology 4. Creation; Wisdom of God (Sophia); Angels and humankind 5. What went wrong? Sin and death 6. Who is Christ? The life of Christ; the Paschal mystery; Christology 7. What is it to be human? Being in the image of God; becoming God; deification. 8. Icons and Sacraments: the place of matter in the divine economy 9. Time and the Liturgy 10. Where are we going? The last things and eternal life

Introducing Eastern Orthodox Theology by Andrew Louth was published by SPCK in June 2013 and is our 37351st best seller. The ISBN for Introducing Eastern Orthodox Theology is 9780281069651.

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Page last updated 10th June 2016
Author / Artist
Book FormatPaperback
PublisherSPCK (June 2013)
Number of Pages208
Thickness10 mm
Height216 mm
Width138 mm
Product Code4073506
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