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The One and The Many: Studies on God, Man, the Church, and the World Today; Hardbound

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By: John D. Zizioulas, Metropolitan of Pergamon
Editor: Gregory Edwards

Zizioulas’ studies in this book provide a comprehensive outlook on the essential issues, demonstrating that the Church is a living organism. Being the bishop of the martyric and apocalyptic Church of Pergamon, Zizioulas is aware of the fact that history is in the sign of the Cross and that the power of the Church is “made perfect in weakness” (2 Cor. 12:9). We should express our deep respect and great satisfaction for Metropolitan John’s collection of papers on these important subjects, such as the testimony of the Church ad extra. His many years of invaluable contributions in researching, writing, and representing the Orthodox Church in various dialogues with other Christians (and non-Christians) and participating in symposiums throughout the world have led him to a clearer vision of the challenges of the contemporary world, “always being ready to give a defense to everyone who asks you a reason for the hope that is in you” (1 Peter 3:15).

Contemporary theologians and scholars on Metropolitan John Zizioulas:

“One of the most original and most profound theologians of our time.”
   —Fr. Yves Congar

“John Zizioulas is one of the most profound young theologians I’ve ever met.”
   —Fr. Justin Popovich (in 1975)

“John Zizioulas is actually dealing with the most contemporary, the most urgent, the most existential issues facing the Orthodox Church today.”
   —Fr. John Meyendorff

 “Metropolitan John Zizioulas is generally recognized as the most brilliant and creative theologian in the Orthodox Church today. The publication of a new book from his pen is a major event.”
   —Bishop Kallistos of Diokleia

“He’s a real theologian.”
   —Rev. Prof. Henry Chadwick



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Language : English
Number of pages: 444
ISBN: 978-0-9719505-4-2
Published: 2010
Hardcover

 

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