(Also transliterated CHRESTOS GIANNARAS)
Prominent and sometimes controversial Greek theologian,
noted for his attempts to
re-express Orthodox truths in
the language of modern philosophy, especially
and for his opposition to what he called a "dead" or
understanding of religion by then-influential groups like the
See also art,
Norman Hugh Redington
Towards a New Ecumenism,
More than that, an expression of an entire philosophy of Christian
life. From Sourozh, LXX (1997), (translated from French version in
Contacts, CLXXIX, 202 (1996)).
--- Orthodoxy Today
- SELECTED WORKS:
Elements of Faith, (1983).
Edinburgh: T. & T. Clarke, 1991.
--- New Ostrog
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