Tag: Beauty

(Review) Holy Beauty: Prolegomena to an Orthodox Philokalic Aesthetics
Book Reviews, Theology

(Review) Holy Beauty: Prolegomena to an Orthodox Philokalic Aesthetics

Chrysostomos A. Stamoulis, Holy Beauty: Prolegomena to an Orthodox Philokalic Aesthetics, translated by Norman Russell, Cambridge, UK: James Clarke and Co, 2022, xx + 236 pages. It is not often that a theologian reaches outside his or her own comfort zone. That is true of many, if not most disciplines. But like his mentor, Nikos…

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On Love and Beauty in a Time of Pandemic
Theology

On Love and Beauty in a Time of Pandemic

български | ქართული | Ελληνικά | Русский | Српски This article is edited from the Closing Address for the Institute for Studies in Eastern Christianity (ISEC) 2020 Conference: “Evil and Spiritual Combat in a time of Pandemic.” While our recent celebration of the birth of the Christ Child continues and mingles now with hints of…

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Three Ways of Seeing
Culture and Arts

Three Ways of Seeing

Rowan Williams has often said that many things are said in his name, so I claim full responsibility for what is a personal and subjective interpretation of the keynote address His Grace, the 104th Archbishop of Canterbury, gave this June at The Patterson Triennial Conference. Hosted by the Orthodox Christian Studies Center at Fordham University,…

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