Tag: Migrants

Racism and Otherness
Public Life

Racism and Otherness

by Nikolaos Asproulis | български | ქართული | Română | Русский | Српски This essay was first published in Greek at Polymeros kai Polytropos, the blog of the Volos Academy for Theological Studies. In our time, racism has many faces. Sometimes it manifests itself in a more visible way and other times in an invisible way. Whether it is racism…

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Personhood as “Glocal Citizenship”: Its Christian Roots and the Challenge of the Immigrant Crisis<span class='secondary-title'>An Eastern Orthodox Political Theological Reflection</span>
Orthodoxy and Modernity, Religion and Politics, Theology

Personhood as “Glocal Citizenship”: Its Christian Roots and the Challenge of the Immigrant CrisisAn Eastern Orthodox Political Theological Reflection

by Nikolaos Asproulis | български | ქართული | Ελληνικά | Русский | Српски In the midst of the dominant globalization process, as experienced in various areas of life (economy, politics, new modes of communication, technology, or common dangers such as terrorism, environmental catastrophes, continuous fragmentation of the world), an ongoing debate is taking place around…

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In Defense of Compassion
Ethics

In Defense of Compassion

History is filled with the abominations of humanity and the dismal fate of those peoples who embraced them. The Church has always, under all circumstances, stood in opposition, constantly proclaiming that, in the face of globalized problems, the only contribution which is consistent with its ideals is faith in the God of love and the…

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