The Orthodox Church

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Penguin Books, 1963 - 352 pages
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A detailed introduction to the Orthodox Church, written for the non-Orthodox, as well as for Orthodox Christians who wish to know more about their own tradition. Part One describes the history of the Eastern Church over the last 2,000 years and particularly its problem in twentieth-century Russia. Part Two explains the beliefs and worship of the Orthodox today. Finally the author considers the possibilities of reunion between East and West.

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The Orthodox Church

User Review  - Matthew M. Paperchase - Borders

Ware's "The Orthodox Church" serves as an introduction to the uninitiated populace giving the history of the Eastern Orthodox church as well as it's faith and practice. Part One covers the history of ... Read full review

User Review  - Michael Brinks - Christianbook.com

A fascinating introduction to a fascinating subject. Ware does a marvelous job of explaining the Orthodox tradition to those who know little or nothing about it, providing a thorough, yet concise ... Read full review

Contents

Acknowledgements
7
The Beginnings
19
The Church of the Seven
26
Copyright

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