• Panagiotis Pavlos

    Panagiotis Pavlos

    Research Fellow at the Department of Philosophy, University of Oslo, Norway, and Byzantine Music Chanter and Teacher

    Panagiotis G. Pavlos is a Research Fellow at the Department of Philosophy, University of Oslo, Norway, and a Byzantine Music chanter and teacher.

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Siège de l'Acropoles, Georg Perlberg
Religion and Politics

Participation in 1821: The Universal Significance of the Greek Revolution

by Panagiotis G. Pavlos | ελληνικά Two hundred years have passed since the beginning of Greek Revolution of 1821, the first successful revolution, after numerous failed attempts throughout five centuries, against the Ottoman conqueror and tyrant. It is an event of universal significance that not only signifies the resuscitation of Hellenism from the lethal bonds...
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As a Greek Orthodox living in the Western world and experiencing this new “Corona era,” one feels that Orthodoxy needs to decide today, globally and locally, on the following: to what extent do we, as Orthodox Christians, truly believe that Christ is the Son of God, the Son of Man? For what we h... Read more.