Christos Yannaras: The Most Interesting Theologian in the World

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  1. brian says:

    LOL. Spot on.

    If anyone wants to read a brief, poetic introduction that is perhaps more accessible than the longer philosophical works, I suggest Variations on the Song of Songs.

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    • Fr Aidan Kimel says:

      That’s a relief that someone who has read Yannaras thinks I’m not off-base. Though I have two of his books, I have never been able to get very far into them. I’m really more dependent on what others have said about his philosophy than on direct acquaintance.

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  2. Mina says:

    I have read one article of his, criticizing the Roman Catholic beliefs of grace and divine energy. I suspect he misrepresents those views (or at the very least read a strict scholastic and assumed this was official RC teaching). I forget what it’s called. Was he also the one who wrote about the “Orthodox beliefs” of hell and criticized the “three A’s”?

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