• Ivana Noble

    Professor of Ecumenical Theology at the Protestant Theological Faculty of Charles University in Prague

    Ivana Noble is a Professor of Ecumenical Theology at the Protestant Theological Faculty of Charles University in Prague, head of the Ecumenical Institute, chair of the Charles University Centre of Excellence: Theological Anthropology in Ecumenical Perspective, and a founder plus chair of University Centre Care for the Soul. She is a former president of Societas Oecumenica. For five years, she was in charge of a research project investigating Orthodox Theology in the West. In English you can find her books: Essays in Ecumenical Theology II: Conversations with Orthodoxy (Brill, 2022); Essays in Ecumenical Theology I: Methods, Themes and Contexts (|Brill, 2019); Theological Interpretation of Culture in Post-Communist Context (Ashgate, 2010); Tracing God: Theology as an Interpretation of Religious Experience (Wipf &Stock, 2010); Accounts of Hope: A Problem of Method in Postmodern Apologia (Peter Lang, 2001); and co-authored works: Ways of Orthodox Theology to the West in the 20th Century (SVS, 2015); Wrestling with the Mind of the Fathers in (Post)Modern Orthodox Theology (SVS, 2015). Apart from her academic work, she is also a priest in the Hussite church, she accompanies retreats, paints and writes poetry.

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Can Saints Be Wrong? A Palamite Perspective

ελληνικά What kind of authority does the experience of the saints have? Can those who are close to God be wrong in assessing the world or in their understanding of other people’s lives? Looking at the lives of the saints, do we find a notion of infallibility at work? In today’s Orthodoxy, St. Gregory Palamas...
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