The Influence Of Augustine Of Hippo On The Orthodox Church

The Influence Of Augustine Of Hippo On The Orthodox Church This study seeks to show that Augustine created a Greek Christian synthesis based on Neo Platonism which removes him from the Orthodox mind and the Patristic tradition The author argues that the theo

  • Title: The Influence Of Augustine Of Hippo On The Orthodox Church
  • Author: Michael Azkoul
  • ISBN: 9780889467330
  • Page: 371
  • Format: Hardcover
  • This study seeks to show that Augustine created a Greek Christian synthesis based on Neo Platonism, which removes him from the Orthodox mind and the Patristic tradition The author argues that the theology of Augustine is not the apex of the Patristic tradition, but the beginning of a new one, and is incompatible with the theology of the Orthodox Church, with the differeThis study seeks to show that Augustine created a Greek Christian synthesis based on Neo Platonism, which removes him from the Orthodox mind and the Patristic tradition The author argues that the theology of Augustine is not the apex of the Patristic tradition, but the beginning of a new one, and is incompatible with the theology of the Orthodox Church, with the difference between the two accounting in part for the separation of Eastern Orthodoxy and Roman Catholicism.

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    1. While this book is deeply polemical, DEEPLY - and the writer's clear distaste for Augustine will most likely be a utter turn off for many, if not most, readers - there are some real insights here into the theology and world-view of Augustine. Now let me say that I find Augustine's pastoral works and sermons to be very edifying, but Augustine clearly had some deep philosophical problems stemming from his time with the Manichaeans - and his understanding of the fall and of will and action in/by Go [...]

    2. A shameless screed that distinguished by the rare combination of being derivative (from John Romanides) and idiosyncratic.

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