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Searching for Our Human Face: Ascension of Human Flesh

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by Brian C. Moore, Ph.D. There is a moment after the resurrection when Mary Magdalene comes upon the gardener. Amazed at the disappearance of the body of the beloved, she asks the gardener if he…

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Searching for Our Human Face: Ricercare

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by Brian C. Moore, Ph.D. (From my notebooks) Suppose you are a soul standing before the gate of time. You look through the portal and discover two possibilities. In one, you are at ease, surrounded…

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Searching for Our Human Face: Animals in the Eschaton?

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by Brian C. Moore, Ph.D. Jesus and the disciples get into a boat to cross the lake. In transit, Jesus sleeps and the wind picks up, a storm rages. This is an intimation of Christ…

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Searching for Our Human Face: Kenosis, Beggary, Hope

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by Brian C. Moore, Ph.D. The kenosis of the Spirit is everywhere. The word of insight may occur on the lips of someone who believes him or herself in revolt against God. The moment of…

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Searching for Our Human Face: Love Bade Me Welcome

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by Brian C. Moore, Ph.D. “The Kingdom of God cannot be conceived moralistically: it is on the other side of the distinction. It is the Fall that made moralists of us” (Berdyaev, Destiny of Man,…

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My Favorite Eclectic Orthodoxy Articles for 2017

In the previous posting I listed the most popular postings for 2017, but what about the ones that didn’t make the final ten? Here I thought I’d mention the articles (or series of articles) that I particularly enjoyed writing. 1) … Continue reading

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Ten Most Popular Posts in 2017

A new year has begun, and it’s time to look back at 2017 and identify the articles that you, the readers of Eclectic Orthodoxy, appear to have enjoyed the most. You will note that the difficult question of theodicy features … Continue reading

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