Conversations with Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew I

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St Vladimir's Seminary Press, 1997 - Religion - 261 pages
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The Patriarch addresses the modern world in light of the essential message of the Church, a Christianity of light and freedom. Whether he speaks about ecumenism, interfaith dialogue, or the need for a sacramental ecology, his words are both clear and prophetic.
 

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Contents

The Ecumenical Patriarchate
21
Bartholomew I
33
Understanding the Faith
59
Transfiguring the World
99
On Freedom
113
On Love and Other Subjects That
125
Church and State
137
Secularization and
153
On Ecumenism and Fanaticism
173
On Judaism
197
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Metropolitan Serafim Joanta, Ph.D, studied Theology at Sibiu and at St. Sergius Orthodox Theological Institute in Paris. After the fall of communism, he became a monk and was later ordained a bishop. He actively participated in the rejuvenation of Orthodoxy in his homeland and represented the Romanian Orthodox Church at different international conventions. Since 1994, he has been serving as Metropolitan for Romanian Orthodox faithful living in Germany, Central Europe, and Northern Europe. He published numerous research studies and articles about Orthodox Christianity.

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