• Hennadii Khrystokin

    Professor, Department of Advertising and Public Relations, National Aviation University (Kyiv, Ukraine)

    Hennadii Khrystokin has over 25 years total experience teaching in Ukrainian higher education institutions. He has been a lecturer of philosophy, philosophy of science, media philosophy, philosophy of law, religious studies, and the basics of Christian culture. He is the author of about 140 scientific publications. His academic interests include contemporary Orthodox theology, methodology of theological and religious studies research, problems of church unification in Ukraine, and the current state and prospects of cooperation between Orthodoxy and civil society.

    Khristokin defended his Ph.D. thesis in Religious Studies and Theology at the National Pedagogical University named after M. Dragomanov in 2019. His dissertation focused on the study of the methodology of Orthodox theology in its paradigmatic transformation. Previously, he defended a PhD thesis at the Institute of Philosophy of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine in Kyiv on "Analysis of doctrines of divine cognition in contemporary Orthodox theology."

    He has been an organizer and participant in student meetings and dialogues with representatives of various religions and denominations. He is co-author of the bureau of Religions of the World at the State Tax University, Irpen, and participant in a dialogue group of theologians of the Ukrainian Orthodox Church and Orthodox Church of Ukraine. He is a co-author of the text of the "Appeal to the Episcopate, clergy and laity of the Ukrainian Orthodox Church and the Orthodox Church of Ukraine." He survived the occupation in Bucha, Kyiv region.

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Inter-Orthodox Relations in the Symbolic Field of Ukrainian Society

The last year has been a difficult and conflictual one in Ukraine. It seems that war has become a way of life and thinking. It reanimates conflicts, exposes people’s feelings, opens old wounds, provokes intolerance and the search for an enemy, embitters, and most importantly, it makes people believe that there are simple solutions to...
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