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THE MINISTRY OF WOMEN IN THE CHURCH

Author: NSLATED BY FR. STEVEN BIGHAM #: 10729
This splendid translation of Elisabeth Behr-Sigel`s essays on issues related to the ministry of women in the church is a cause of joy and gratitude for English-speaking people interested in orthodox Christianity. If the present volume did nothing more than to widen and deepen discussion among the Orthodox concerning the community and ministry of women and men in the church, this alone would be sufficient reason to offer its author, and its English translators and publisher, our greatest gratitude.

Price: € 18.81 £ 14.85 $ 23.81

WOMAN AND SALVATION OF THE WORLD

Author: PAUL EVDOKIMOV #: 10732
In this daring and speculative work, Evdokimov challenges contemporary Christianity to face up to its androcentrism. The dominance of the male in both society and the Church, he asserts, is at the root of many of the evils that plague the modern world. Evdokimov sees the solution in a rediscovery of an authentic Christian anthropology, one that sees males and females as complementary, yet with distinct charisms and vocations.

Price: € 41.80 £ 33.00 $ 52.90

THE MISSIONARY ORIGINS OF MODERN ECUMENISM: MILESTONES LEADING UP TO 1920

Author: FR. PETER ALBAN HEERS #: 10733
The impact of the contemporary ecumenical movement on the life of the Church in the 20th century has been immense. Orthodox involvement has steadily increased over the years and is now generally accepted as a given. Still, many questions remain unanswered and unasked. How did the modern ecumenical movement begin? What were the causes, motivations, and reasons for its development? Why and how did the Orthodox first become involved? Did the movement for Christian unity begin with the 1920 encyclical To the Churches of Christ Everywhere and arise out of a search for unity in truth and doctrinal agreement, as is often maintained?

Price: € 6.27 £ 4.95 $ 7.94

RUSH TO EMBRACE, THE

Author: #: 10734
Price: € 7.26 £ 5.73 $ 9.19

THE QUEST FOR UNITY: ORTHODOX AND CATHOLICS IN DIALOGUE

Author: #: 10739
Since 1965 Catholics and Orthodox in North America have been engaged in official theological dialogue. Since 1980 such dialogue has also proceeded at the highest international level. What has been accomplished during these decades of dialogue? What issues have been addressed? What obstacles to full communion remain? In addition to gathering together the agreed statements of these dialogues and placing them in historical context, The Quest for Unity analyzes the major themes which have emerged: the centrality of the Eucharist as sign of full communion, the nature of the Church`s unity, the place of the sacrament of orders in the life of the Church, primacy and conciliarity and their implications for relations among churches, and — of special interest in the North American context — the issue of mixed marriage. This unique work, itself a remarkable example of Catholic-Orthodox collaboration, presents the history and current state of dialogue between the churches in an even-handed and dispassionate way. While serving as an invaluable resource for the specialist, it also is addressed to a wide audience — pastors, students, study groups, and all who are concerned about issues of Christian unity today.

Price: € 18.81 £ 14.85 $ 23.81

THE PASSION OF CHRIST

Author: VASELIN KESICH #: 10740
The passion narrative is at the heart of Christianity and the suffering and death of Christ on the cross takes a central role in any discussions between Christians and non-Christians. The 2004 film Passion of the Christ provoked strong reactions from Chrsitans and non-Christians alike, running the gamut from alarm and repulsion at the violence to geniune religious experience. The film also brought to the fore discussions of the importance of the Cross to Christianity and the perceived anti-Semitism of the Gospels. Professor Kesich addresses both of these issues in this re-release of his 1965 edition. He expertly addresses questions of anti-Semitism and the family quarrels between Jews and Christians in the historical context as well as explaining the trial of Jesus and the purpose his suffering.

Price: € 12.54 £ 9.90 $ 15.87

AN UNBROKEN CIRCLE: LINKING ANCIENT AFRICAN CHRISTIANITY TO THE AFRICAN-AMERICAN EXPERIENCE

Author: #: 10742
Ancient, apostolic, Orthodox Christianity has gone full circle from continent to continent. From Christ to His apostles to ancient Africa, from Africa to America, and from black Americans to their sons and daughters. The ancient African Christian tradition is beginning to be passed on and take root in America today, growing out of the seed of the blood of the black American slave-martyrs for Christ.

Price: € 13.53 £ 10.68 $ 17.12
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