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Oecumenical Grace: Eastern Orthodoxy on Theosis

“It is too little realized,” write Charles Mœller and Gérard Philips, “that opposition to neo-platonism is as important in the East as that to Pelagianism in the West” (The Theology of Grace and the Oecumenical Movement, p. 6). In the … Continue reading

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Grace Oecumenical

What is grace? Back in the 1950s a group of theologians in France met regularly for ecumenical dialogue.  The results of their conversations were published in the theological journal Irénikon. The participants represented the Catholic, Reformed, and Orthodox traditions. Because … Continue reading

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