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101. Philotheos: Volume > 15
Vladan Perišić Is it Possible for a Nation to be Christian and for the Church to be National?
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102. Philotheos: Volume > 15
Rade Kisić Die Orthodoxe Kirche in Unitatis redintegratio
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103. Philotheos: Volume > 15
Heinrich Beck Gesundheit und Krankheit in philosophischer Betrachtung
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104. Philotheos: Volume > 15
Dragan Ašković Liturgical Poetics between Improvisation and Interpretation
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105. Philotheos: Volume > 15
George Varvatsoulias Pastoral Psychology in Greece: The Case of Professor Ioannis Kornarakis.
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have decided to write this paper for the late Professor Ioannis Kornarakis mainly for two reasons: (1) Professor Kornarakis was the first to attempt an interdisciplinary preoccupation between the branch of Patristics and Modern Psychology; (2) Because he worked on this interdisciplinary perspective with innovation and creativity. For Professor Kornarakis’s work what is worth to be mentioned, above all, is that it was a struggle and an effort towards an unusual project: that of seeing the writings of the Church Fathers and of Scriptures in ways which could be relevant to modern human problematism so that a fruitful understanding to be attained, as to what we can do with them on a personal, interpersonal and social level. Though Professor Kornarakis did not use the empirical method in his scientific research - observation-hypothesis-experiment-support, or refutation, of ideas tested-replication of the study conducted, etc. - he came across very important insights as to the human condition, that even today can elicit discussions as to the salience of his endeavours for modern pastoral psychologists.In this theoretical paper, what I am doing is to refer to Professor Kornarakis’s work historically and systematically. Historically, in terms of the development of it, since its inception, in the theological literature; systematically, in terms of the presentation of it in relation to the main ideas this was based upon. The historical preoccupation with Kornarakis’s work is being exhausted in the realm of an interview I conducted of him, when I was collecting information relevant to what he wrote, discussed and envisaged as to the association between Patristics and Psychology. The systematic preoccupation with Kornarakis’s work refers to the content and context his works were conceptualized and composed.Through both these perspectives -the historical and the systematic- Kornarakis’s work is actually put in the framework it belongs to, which is that of the theoretical foundations needed for the construction of a mode of thought in the pastoral understanding of the writings of the Fathers, and those of the Bible, in relation to what modern psychology studies in detail. Kornarakis’s work can be exhausted in terms of its chronological framework; however, it can also appear inexhaustible as to the kind of contingencies one can find in it, which are both situation-driven and hermeneutically-specific. Situationdriven, for they refer to events the modern man is bothered by; hermeneutically-specific, for they refer to issues, the exegesis of which can help the modern man’s condition to be improved.
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106. Philotheos: Volume > 15
Andrej Jeftić The Christian Heritage of Kosovo and Metohija: The Historical and Spiritual Heartland of the Serbian People
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107. Philotheos: Volume > 15
Authors in Philotheos 1 (2001) – 15 (2015)
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108. Philotheos: Volume > 14
Gunter Scholtz Das Ende der Enzyklopädie – eine Tragödie der Kultur?
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109. Philotheos: Volume > 14
Wolfgang Speyer Die Philosophie und die Wissenschaften: Möglichkeiten und Grenzen
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110. Philotheos: Volume > 14
Jörg Splett Anfang – Ursprung – Abgrund – Grund
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111. Philotheos: Volume > 14
Vladan Tatalović The Son of Man Debate and its Relevance for Orthodox Theology
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112. Philotheos: Volume > 14
Blagoje Pantelić Logos became flesh – Theogony, Cosmogony, and Redemption: (Sakharov versus Bulgakov)
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113. Philotheos: Volume > 14
Alois M. Haas Apokalyptisches Hell-Dunkel
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114. Philotheos: Volume > 14
Vladan Tatalović Das Geheimnis der sieben Sterne und der sieben goldenen Leuchter (Offb 1:20): die liturgische Funktion der Johannesoffenbarung
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115. Philotheos: Volume > 14
Anita Strezova Apophaticism and Deification in the Alexandrian and Antiochene Tradition
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The aim of this paper is to analyse certain aspects of the Christian tradition, namely, the doctrines of apophasis (also known as negative theology) and theosis (deification). These are surveyed together because they often complement one another in Christian thought. Although the later Byzantine fathers, of the hesychast tradition, solved the theological questions of apophaticism and deification, the problematic was already articulated in early Christianity through conceptualising the vision of God. The contention of this paper is that although the Alexandrine and Antochene traditions appropriated two diverse ways of understandings of the doctrine of vision of God, the two theological methods were in fact interrelated. In short, whereas for the Alexandrians the vision and knowledge of God stressed the ascent of the human being to God (apophasis), and the Antiochenes were more interested in the divine condescension (kataphasis), both traditions had the same practical goal, union by grace with God or theosis. Both paradigms, too, reveal the paradoxical or antinomical nature of Christian God-transcendent and immanent at the same time. After exploring some of the general characteristics of the Alexandrian and Antiochene though, this paper will address the particularities of the two interpretive strands.
116. Philotheos: Volume > 14
Eirini Christinaki The Undermined Contribution of Gregory the Theologian to Canon Law
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117. Philotheos: Volume > 14
Rodoljub Kubat Der Jona-Kommentar des Theodor von Mopsuestia
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In diesem Aufsatz werden die exegetische Methoden analysiert, die Theodor von Mopsuestia in seiner Auslegung des Buches Jona benutzt hat. Im ersten Teil wird über seiner theologisch-hermeneutische Grundlagen geschrieben, während im zweiten Teil seine Exegese an konkreten Beispielen dargestellt wird. Dabei wird der gramatisch-hystorischer Sinn der Texten betont, welchen Theodor bevorzugt hat. Das wird besonders in seiner Exegese des Jonas Aufenthalt im Fischbauch und Jonas Befreiung dargestellt. In diesem Aufsatz wird die Theodors Methode der Theoria (θεωρίᾳ) dargestellt und danach das hermeneutische Prinzip „κατὰ παρέκβασιν“, sowie seine reduzierte Anwendung der gewöhnlichen Typologie. Aus der hermeneutischen Perspektive betrachtet, es ist besonders sein Verständnis der Heiligen Schrift als „abgekürzte Rede“ interessant, woraus das im Text erwähnte Geschehen rekonstruiert werden kann.
118. Philotheos: Volume > 14
Vasilije Vranić The Cappadocian Theological Lexis in the Expositio rectae fidei of Theodoret of Cyrrhus
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119. Philotheos: Volume > 14
Evangelos Moutsopoulos Des intellects divin et humain: adéquation ou inadéquation?: Sur un commentaire de Denys l’Aréopagite
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120. Philotheos: Volume > 14
Markus Enders Grundzüge der philosophischen Apologetik des christlichen Glaubens bei Thomas von Aquin in seinen Schriften Summa contra Gentiles und De rationibus fidei
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