Tag: Gregory Palamas

What Palamas Can Teach Us About Trolls
Christian Practice

What Palamas Can Teach Us About Trolls

by Matt Kappadakunnel | български |  ქართული | Ελληνικά | Русский | Српски Internet trolling has, unfortunately, become commonplace even in Christian circles. While at times these trolls are known individuals who get a rise out of provoking anger and controversy, the present trend includes anonymous social media accounts using profile photos of holy images,…

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Can Saints Be Wrong? A Palamite Perspective
Theology

Can Saints Be Wrong? A Palamite Perspective

by Ivana Noble  |  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…

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