Tag: Seraphim Rose

Seraphim Rose and David Bentley Hart
Orthodoxy and Modernity, Theology

Seraphim Rose and David Bentley Hart

One might not expect Seraphim Rose and David Bentley Hart to agree on much, but they do share one crucial perspective: that modernity is essentially nihilistic. However, while their diagnoses of modernity may be similar, their prescriptions are diametrically opposed. To stem the tide of modernity’s nihilistic encroachments, Rose rejected ecumenism as a modernist heresy,…

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Aerial Toll Houses, Provisional Judgment, and the Orthodox Faith
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Aerial Toll Houses, Provisional Judgment, and the Orthodox Faith

quod ubique, quod semper, quod ab omnibus creditum est –St. Vincent of Lérins (d. 445) The monks of St. Anthony’s Monastery have recently published a beautiful and intriguing, if also deeply problematic, volume on the fate of the soul after death. Weighing in (literally) at more than 1,000 pages, the book compiles opinions from a…

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