Category Archives: Jordan Wood

The Lively God of Sergius Bulgakov: Reflections on The Sophiology of Death

by Jordan Daniel Wood, Ph.D. In part because others have done so at some length and in part because Roberto de la Noval’s introduction to his translation of these essays does it so well, I will not here offer a … Continue reading

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Creation and Incarnation: Jordan Daniel Wood on St Maximus the Confessor

  Particular Good Podcast Interview with Jordan Daniel Wood I have not yet listened to the podcast, but our Brian Moore has and recommends it highly.

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How is the salvation of Satan related to the Incarnation?

Last Friday, while I was working on my (now published) article on the apokatastasis of the fallen angels, I began wondering how Satan’s salvation and deification (assuming he can or will be saved) might be grounded upon the Incarnation of … Continue reading

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A very cool conversation with the always incisive and provocative Jordan Daniel Wood

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St. Maximus on Humanity’s Liberation from the World and Nature: A Translation of Letter 9

by Jordan Daniel Wood Brief prefatory note Below sits a working English translation of Maximus’s Ep 9. It previews an ongoing translation project of all his extant letters, the details of which I will disclose in the near future. The … Continue reading

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George MacDonald against Hans Urs von Balthasar on Universal Salvation

by Jordan Daniel Wood, Ph.D. Many a wrong, and its curing song; Many a road, and many an inn; Room to roam, but only one home For all the world to win. (Eve, in MacDonald’s Lilith) I want to put … Continue reading

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The Remarkable Unity of Rhetoric and Dialectic in ‘That All Shall Be Saved’

by Jordan Daniel Wood, Ph.D. I I had resolved to avoid, at all costs, making the substance of my reflection on David Hart’s That All Shall Be Saved about its rhetoric. Rhetoric features prominently among the main concerns of the … Continue reading

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Against Asymmetrical Christology: A Critical Review of Rowan Williams’s ‘Christ the Heart of Creation’

by Jordan Daniel Wood, Ph.D. I When I first met him, he had just given a talk on St. Teresa of Avila, I think. I waver because I had brought along my 18-month old daughter and, well, she wasn’t as … Continue reading

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