Tag: Social Ethos of the Orthodox Church

Teaching Orthodox Ethics at a Protestant Seminary<span class='secondary-title'>Reflections on FLOW</span>
Ecumenical and Interfaith Relations, Education and Academia, Ethics

Teaching Orthodox Ethics at a Protestant SeminaryReflections on FLOW

Editor’s Note: This essay was originally delivered as part of a panel session on For the Life of the World: Towards a Social Ethos of the Orthodox Church at the 2024 annual meeting of the Society of Christian Ethics. There could hardly be a context more distant from the Orthodox Church than the McAfee School…

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Pastoral Guidance for Civic Engagement<span class='secondary-title'>Moving Towards a Social Ethos of the Orthodox Church</span>
Public Life

Pastoral Guidance for Civic EngagementMoving Towards a Social Ethos of the Orthodox Church

It should go without saying that the current COVID-19 crisis combined with challenging social issues and a contentious political environment is a time for prayerful and meaningful pastoral guidance. We have seen many of our Orthodox hierarchs, leaders, and theologians engage with the challenging issues of our time, both with sincere and substantive reflection as well…

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Islam from an Orthodox Perspective<span class='secondary-title'>A Review of Paragraph 56 of the Social Ethos Document</span>
Ecumenical and Interfaith Relations

Islam from an Orthodox PerspectiveA Review of Paragraph 56 of the Social Ethos Document

by Phil Dorroll | Ελληνικά When I first read paragraph 56 of For the Life of the World: Toward A Social Ethos of the Orthodox Church, I immediately had the sense that it represented a major step forward in Muslim-Orthodox relations. I think it is important to call special attention to this part of the…

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