Rome, Constantinople, Moscow: Historical and Theological Studies

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St. Vladimir's Seminary Press, Jan 1, 1996 - Religion - 201 pages
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Father John Meyendorff ([actual symbol not reproducible] 1992), former dean of St Vladimir's Seminary, is one of the pioneers of the modern ecumenical movement. As a historian of the church and patristics scholar, and as a longtime participant in numerous ecumenical encounters, he is uniquely qualified to present this evaluation of the search for unity between East and West over the last millennium. Prepared shortly before his untimely death, this collection of previously published and unpublished materials challenges the churches today to continue their search for authentic unity

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Meyendorff's first subject is the Great Schism. He explains each side's arguments on papal authority and the nature of the trinity. He argues that these and other disputes were not necessarily ... Read full review

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