Orthodoxy and Modernity

Publications: 114

Orthodoxy and Modernity, Religion and Politics

What Orthodox Christianity Can Bring to American Christian Politics

Politics may make for strange bedfellows but the political alliances forged by many American Christians are worse than strange—they are ironic and self-contradictory. On the left, partisans draw on Christian teaching to pursue social justice, racial and gender equality, and responsibility for the environment. But in order to have a voice within the political left,…

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Modern Challenges to Traditional Orthodox Perspectives on Marriage
Liturgical Life, Orthodoxy and Modernity

Modern Challenges to Traditional Orthodox Perspectives on Marriage

This essay was originally delivered as a public talk at the June 2015 Fordham/OTSA conference on the upcoming Great and Holy Council of the Orthodox Church. It was part of a panel on canonical impediments to marriage. It will no doubt be useful for the Council to focus on harmonizing canonical impediments to marriage—especially marriages…

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Orthodoxy and Modernity, Theology

Political Nestorianism and the Politics of Theosis

This essay was originally delivered as a public talk at the June 2015 Fordham/OTSA conference on the upcoming Great and Holy Council of the Orthodox Church. It was part of a panel on “The Contribution of the Orthodox Church to the Realization of Justice, Freedom, Brotherhood, and Love among Peoples.” In addressing how the Orthodox…

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Orthodoxy and Modernity

Religion and Science as a Pastoral Issue

This essay was originally delivered as a public talk at the June 2015 Fordham/OTSA conference on the upcoming Great and Holy Council of the Orthodox Church. It was part of a panel on “The Contribution of the Orthodox Church to the Realization of Justice, Freedom, Brotherhood, and Love among Peoples.” The science-religion interface is an…

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Public Orthodoxy is a publication of the Orthodox Christian Studies Center of Fordham University