Tag: Volos Academy

The Church Meets in Volos<span class='secondary-title'>A Non-Academic’s Impressions of the Second IOTA Mega-Conference</span>
Education and Academia

The Church Meets in VolosA Non-Academic’s Impressions of the Second IOTA Mega-Conference

I arrived in Volos a day early so my family could get settled into our Airbnb and immediately felt a certain hesitation about the days ahead. As a priest of the Orthodox Church in America pastoring and preaching in a parochial, domesticated way for 30+ years, I am used to depending on easily accessible basic…

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Why Do Theological Pluralism and Dialogical Ethos Matter for Orthodoxy?<span class='secondary-title'>The Volos Academy for Theological Studies Blog “In Many and Various Ways”</span>
Ecumenical and Interfaith Relations, Theology

Why Do Theological Pluralism and Dialogical Ethos Matter for Orthodoxy?The Volos Academy for Theological Studies Blog “In Many and Various Ways”

български | ქართული | Română | Русский | Српски This post was originally published in Greek on the new blog of the Volos Academy for Theological Studies, πολυμερώς και πολυτρόπως (“In Many and Various Ways”). Read the Greek original. Because, as the Letter to the Hebrews reminds us, in many and various ways God spoke…

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