Tag: Filioque

Does the Filioque Undermine Theosis?
Theology

Does the Filioque Undermine Theosis? An Augustinian Perspective

Over the course of the past century, Augustine’s theology has been generally regarded by Orthodox as problematic at best and disastrous at worst. This is perhaps most obviously true where Augustine’s trinitarian thought is concerned, for it was in his treatise On the Trinity that Augustine so influentially advanced what one might call an early…

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Ecumenical and Interfaith Relations, Liturgical Life

Some Notes on the Byzantine Practice of (Re)Baptizing Latins

The impending Great and Holy Council has provoked a number of reactions, from joy to hostility, on many of the topics it has promised to address. Among these has been the relationship of the Orthodox Church to other forms of Christianity, which highlights the long-standing problem of the reception of converts who have already received…

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