Tag: Love

A Forgotten Orthodox Woman Theologian
Theology, Women in the Church

A Forgotten Orthodox Woman Theologian Myrrha Lot-Borodine and the Mystical Theology of Deification

Four women were particularly prominent in Orthodox theological circles in Western Europe prior to World War II. Mother Maria (St Maria of Paris) (1891-1945) is well known, especially since her canonization 2004, for her devotion to assisting the poor in inter-war Paris and Jews during World War II, and her challenging articles on spiritual and…

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On Love and Beauty in a Time of Pandemic

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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