Metropolitan Kallistos Ware
Doxa & Praxis series
The future of Orthodox religious reflection—
In this inaugural volume of the Doxa & Praxis series, esteemed theologian Kallistos Ware examines the future questions and concerns that await Orthodox Christianity and especially its theological reflection.
Long-renowned for the depth of his theological, historical, and ecclesial work, Metropolitan Kallistos maintains that recent Orthodox preoccupation with the church will give way to theological engagement with what it means to be human. In that anthropological endeavour, he argues in this brief yet orienting piece, Christian theology has steep challenges to meet but also crucial insights to offer for illuminating the human condition.
Kallistos Ware, Metropolitan of Diokleia, is former Spalding Lecturer in Eastern Orthodox Studies at Oxford University and presently Emeritus Fellow of Pembroke College, Oxford. Among his many influential books The Orthodox Church (1995) and The Orthodox Way (1995).
Specs: 64 pp.; 5.5 x 8.5”; paper; perfect
Topic/Shelving: Orthodox Christianity / Theology
Price: CHF 10.00; £7.00; €7.00; $10.00; June 2012
Rights: World, all languages except Greek