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  • Teilhard De Chardin And Eastern Religions


    An in-depth examination of Teilhard de Chardin’s knowledge of the Middle and Far East, especially China, his comments on eastern religions, and his comparative reflections on mysticism and spirituality.

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  • Eastern Orthodoxy In A Global Age


    Sabrina P. Ramet

    Introduction: Eastern Orthodoxy In A Global Age: Preliminary Considerations
    Alex Agadjanian And Victor Roudometof
    East European Experiences

    Globalization And Identity Discourse In Russian Orthodoxy
    Alexander Agadjanian And Kathy Rousselet
    From Hot War To Cold Integration? Serbian Orthodox Voices On Globalization And The European Union
    Klaus Buchenau
    Orthodoxy As Public Religion In Post-1989 Greece
    Victor Roudometof
    Church, Identity, Politics: Ecclesiastical Functions And Expectations Toward Churches In Post-1989 Romania
    Gavril Flora And Georgina Szilagyi
    Globalization, Nationalism, And Orthodoxy: The Case Of Ukranian Nation-Building
    Victor Yelenski
    Comparative Perspectives And Transnational Connections

    Orthodox Christianity, Rationalization, Modernization: A Reassessment
    Vasilos N. Makrides
    A Transnational Religious Community Gathers Around An Icon: The Return Of The Tsar
    Nina Schmit
    Living Eastern Orthodox Religion In The United States
    Dmitro Volkov
    The Greek Orthodox Church In The US: Crisis Or Transition?
    George Kouvetaris
    Bibliographical Notes


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    Despite over 200 million adherents, Eastern Orthodox Christianity attracts little scholarly attention. While more-covered religions emerge as powerful transnational forces, Eastern Orthodoxy appears doggedly local, linked to the ethnicity and land of the now marginalized Eastern Europe. But Eastern Orthodoxy in a Global Age brings together new and nuanced understandings of the Orthodox churches–inside and outside of Eastern Europe–as they negotiate an increasingly networked world. The picture that emerges is less of a people stubbornly refusing modernization, more of a people seeking to maintain a stable Orthodox identity in an unstable world. For anyone interested in the role of Eastern Orthodoxy in the 21st century, this volume provides the place to begin.

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  • Life After Death In World Religions


    This text explores how traditions of Buddhism, Chinese religions, Christianity, Hinduism, Islam and Judaism respond to the many questions surrounding life after death.

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  • Mystical Theology : The Science Of Love


    From the earliest centuries there has existed a Christian theology of mysticism, defining the state which Bernard Lonergan called a “being in love with God.” St. John of the Cross wrote such a theology for the sixteenth century, calling it “the science of love.” Now, William Johnston, one of the great spiritual writers of our time, attempts to do the same for the twenty-first century.

    In Part One of Mystical Theology Johnston surveys Christian mysticism through the centuries. Johnson shows that such a theology today must dialogue with modern science and with Eastern religions. Part Two provides this dialogue, where Johnston engages Einstein’s theories as well as Zen Buddhism. In Part Three, it becomes clear how the “science of love” is no longer an esoteric discipline for monks and nuns. In Johnston’s writing it becomes accessible to all modern people grappling with problems of sexuality, social justice, world peace, and the protection of the environment.

    Mystical Theology is indispensable to all those seeking guidance as well as intellectual and historical foundations of the Christian mystical experience today.

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  • Christianity And World Religions


    Kung joins with three esteemed colleagues to address the question: “Can we break through the barriers of noncommunication, fear, and mistrust that separate the followers of the world’s great religions?” The authors analyze the main lines of approach taken by Islam, Hinduism, and Buddhism, and give Christian responses to the values and challenges each tradition presents.

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