Eastern Orthodox Christianity: A Western Perspective

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Baker Publishing Group, Oct 1, 2003 - Religion - 192 pages
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In this reliable and engaging survey, Daniel Clendenin introduces Protestants to Eastern Orthodox history and theology with the hope that the two groups will come to see their traditions as complementary and learn to approach one another with a "hermeneutic of love" that fosters "mutual respect, toleration, and even support."
This revised edition includes a new preface, a new chapter, and an updated bibliography. In addition to updated demographic information, Clendenin examines at length a particular aspect of Orthodoxy's intersection with Protestantism-its growing exchange with evangelicalism.

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User Review  - Steve_Walker - LibraryThing

An attempt to describe the Eastern Orthodox Church to the West. He goes off the rails when he tries to point out the errors of Eastern Thinking. Typical of the Western Reformed Protestant mindset. There are similar books which are much better. Read full review

User Review  - Dan Thompson - Christianbook.com

As an evangelical, this book was accessible in understanding Eastern Orthodoxy. Clendenin is an evangelical with a sympathetic mind toward the Orthodox church. The areas where he disagrees with ... Read full review

Contents

Preface to the Second Edition
7
A Brief History
29
Apophatic Vision
47
Copyright

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Daniel B. Clendenin (Ph.D., Drew University) works with Intervarsity Graduate and Faculty Ministries at Stanford University. He previously served as visiting professor of Christian studies at Moscow State University.

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