Power and Authority in Eastern Christian Experience: Papers of the Sophia Institute Academic Conference New York, December 2010

McGuckin, John A.; Antonova, Stamenka E.; Torrance, Alexis; Danckaert, Seraphim; Rentel, Alexander; Damian, Theodor; Williams, Georgia; Demacopoulos, George; Siecienski, A. Edward; McCann, Kim; Gvosdev, Nicolas; McCarty, V. K.; Dunn, David James; Dobbs, Frank; Eftychiadis, Eftychios Phil

The essays in this volume were delivered at the Third Annual Conference of the Sophia Institute in December 2010 at Union Theological Seminary in New York City. The theme of that conference, “Power and Authority in Eastern Christian Experience,” brought forth a diverse group of scholars who contributed their perspectives on the ways the Eastern Orthodox Church, in its broadest sense, has negotiated the notions of power, authority, (dis)obedience, and resistance over time and space. These insightful essays promise to draw the Orthodox world into a dynamic and productive discourse.

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Sophia Institute Studies in Orthodox Theology, 3
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January 25, 2013