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Theology as doxology and dialogue : the essential writings of Nikos Nissiotis

Author: Nikos A Nēsiōtēs; Nikolaos Asproulis; John Chryssavgis; Jean Zizioulas
Publisher: Lanham, Maryland : Lexington Books/Fortress Academic, [2019] ©2019
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Nikos Nissiotis (1924-1986) was one of the foremost and formative intellectuals of the ecumenical movement in the twentieth century. As professor of philosophy and psychology of religion at the University of Athens, director of the Bossey Institute, and Chairman of the Faith and Order Commission of the World Council of Churches, he interpreted the Orthodox spiritual tradition for a Western audience and highlighted  Read more...
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Named Person: Nikos A Nēsiōtēs; Nikos A Nēsiōtēs
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Nikos A Nēsiōtēs; Nikolaos Asproulis; John Chryssavgis; Jean Zizioulas
ISBN: 9781978703421 1978703422
OCLC Number: 1090443031
Notes: Includes translations from French and German.
Description: x, 338 pages ; 24 cm
Contents: Theology as science and doxology --
Reflections on the renewal of systematic theology --
The unity of scripture and tradition --
Corporate worship and individual prayer --
The doctrine of the Holy Trinity in church life and theology --
Pneumatological christology as a presupposition of ecclesiology --
Secular and Christian images of the human person --
Pneumatological christology: nature, ecology, and integral humanity --
Our history: limitation or creative power? --
The unity of grace --
The ecclesiological foundation of mission --
The witness and the service of Orthodoxy to the undivided church --
Toward an ecumenical theological education --
Toward an Orthodox theological education.
Responsibility: edited by Nikolaos Asproulis and John Chryssavgis ; foreword by John Zizioulas.

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Nikos Nissiotis (1924-1986) was one of the foremost and formative intellectuals of the ecumenical movement in the twentieth century. As professor of philosophy and psychology of religion at the University of Athens, director of the Bossey Institute, and Chairman of the Faith and Order Commission of the World Council of Churches, he interpreted the Orthodox spiritual tradition for a Western audience and highlighted the role of Christian thought in the modern world. This collection of his most fundamental and significant articles--some of which have been largely inaccessible until now--includes an introduction by the editors to the ecumenical and theological legacy of this exceptional thinker.

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