The Historical Road of Eastern Orthodoxy

The Historical Road of Eastern Orthodoxy The author writes This book is not a scholarly investigation into the history of the Orthodox Church It is a reflection an attempt to discern in our past that which is essential and permanent and tha

  • Title: The Historical Road of Eastern Orthodoxy
  • Author: Alexander Schmemann Lydia W. Kesich
  • ISBN: 9780913836477
  • Page: 262
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Historical Road of Eastern Orthodoxy

    The author writes This book is not a scholarly investigation into the history of the Orthodox Church It is a reflection, an attempt to discern in our past that which is essential and permanent and that which is secondary, mere past.

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    1. David

      Thus far seems to be written in an easy and enjoyable style. So far, I'm still in the united church period, so I haven't gotten to Schemann's specific take on Orthodoxy. Being an Orthodox priest, I'm sure it will be favorable, although I have been told that this is a very honest book.

    2. Torsten

      კარგი წიგნია, მარტივად საკითხავი. არაა გადატვირთული ფაქტებითა და სახელებით, როგორც ეკლესიის ისტორიის სხვა ანალოგიური წიგნები. იქედან გამომდინარე, რომ შმემანი ამერიკაში მოღვაწეობდა და მ [...]

    3. Paul Heidebrecht

      By far the best book I have read on Eastern Orthodoxy. Gracious, humble, transparent, Schmemann tells the Christian story from the "Eastern" point of view. For those of us trying to get past our Western frame of reference, Schmemann is a reliable guide. He has such a rich heritage to work with even with its flaws and if we are willing, it can be our heritage too.

    4. Myrivername

      I was impressed by this book because it was originally written in Russian and translated into English, but it still offers clear explanations of some very complicated events. The author is sometimes an apologist for mistakes or problems in the Orthodox church, but I still felt like he did a good job of explaining what actually happened and fitting it into a larger picture of history.

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