Alexander Schmemann: The Most Interesting Theologian in the World

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  1. Robert Fortuin says:

    We all seem to have our pet projects, don’t we? I keep returning to the conundrum of the Infinite captured by the finite, which I consider to be the central Christian claim. I stand amazed at the thought that we can.

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    • Fr Aidan Kimel says:

      For three decades I was obsessed with the topic of justification by faith, which in turn generated an obsession with the question of the interrelation between divine and human agency. Since making the step into apokatastasis, I no longer have much interest in the former, but I remain interested in the latter.

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      • Robert Fortuin says:

        Yes, the questions around divine and human agency are fascinating, not unrelated nor dissimilar to the infinite/finite puzzle. Indeed the faith/works has become less pressing (irrelevant??).

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