The Orthodox Christian World

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Augustine Casiday
Routledge, Aug 21, 2012 - Religion - 608 pages
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Over the last century unprecedented numbers of Christians from traditionally Orthodox societies migrated around the world. Once seen as an ‘oriental’ or ‘eastern’ phenomenon, Orthodox Christianity is now much more widely dispersed, and in many parts of the modern world one need not go far to find an Orthodox community at worship. This collection offers a compelling overview of the Orthodox world, covering the main regional traditions of Orthodox Christianity and the ways in which they have become global. The contributors are drawn from the Orthodox community worldwide and explore a rich selection of key figures and themes. The book provides an innovative and illuminating approach to the subject, ideal for students and scholars alike.


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About the author (2012)

Augustine Casiday is Senior Lecturer in Historical Theology at the University of Wales, Trinity Saint David, Lampeter. He is author of Tradition and Theology in St John Cassian (2006) and The Trinity and Incarnate Word (2008). He is editor of The Orthodox Christian World (2012), co-editor with Andrew Louth of Byzantine Orthodoxies (2006) and with Frederick W. Norris, of The Cambridge History of Christianity, Volume II: Constantine to c.600 (Cambridge University Press, 2007).

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