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Détails du magazine
Format
Magazine
eISSN
2359-8107
Première publication
15 Mar 2013
Période de publication
3 fois par an
Langues
Anglais, Allemand

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Volume 11 (2019): Edition 1 (April 2019)

Détails du magazine
Format
Magazine
eISSN
2359-8107
Première publication
15 Mar 2013
Période de publication
3 fois par an
Langues
Anglais, Allemand

Chercher

10 Articles
Accès libre

Editorial RES 1/2019

Publié en ligne: 13 May 2019
Pages: 5 - 9

Résumé

Accès libre

Anathematized Church Fathers: a Gateway to Ecumenism?

Publié en ligne: 13 May 2019
Pages: 10 - 28

Résumé

Abstract

One of the ecumenically most problematic aspects in the history of the Orthodox Church is the anathemas of 431, 451 and especially the abrupt set of anathemas prescribed in 553, as several prominent Church fathers were condemned centuries after having passed away in peace with the Church. Most of them were authoritative or at least influential teachers for the holy fathers, and a number of their writings have been in use in the Orthodox tradition up to our times. Due to their de facto influence, they have an integrated presence and even important position in the tradition of the Church. Could this fact perhaps, with a fresh reading, have some ecumenical potential for our times, especially in relation to the Pre-Chalcedonian Churches and Roman Catholics?

Mots clés

  • Patristic
  • Orthodox
  • anathema
  • authority
  • heretic
  • Origen
  • Pseudo-Macarius
  • Didymus
  • Evagrius
  • Diodore
Accès libre

“Let None Desert the Church on My Account”Some Inconsistencies Regarding the Chrysostomic Vision on the Unity of the Church

Publié en ligne: 13 May 2019
Pages: 29 - 45

Résumé

Abstract

By comparing St. John Chrysostom’s statements on Church unity after his dismissal, one can notice serious inconsistencies between the texts written by John himself and the statements attributed to him by Palladius of Helenopolis, who attempted to attenuate the outcome of the Johannite schism. In fact, the discrepancies are considerable and the Chrysostomic epistles addressed to the oriental bishops (85-90) imply that St. John encouraged the schism.

Mots clés

  • John Chrysostom
  • Palladius of Helenopolis
  • Johannite schism
  • Chrysostomic epistles
  • Arsacius
  • Atticus of Constantinople
  • Ecclesiology
Accès libre

The “Ecumenism” of the Desert Fathers. The Relationship with the Other in Apophthegmata Patrum

Publié en ligne: 13 May 2019
Pages: 46 - 57

Résumé

Abstract

Ecumenism is a 20th century concept that cannot be directly transposed in the everyday reality of the Desert Fathers, but the authority of the desert ascetics is still crucial to the monastic milieu of the Orthodox Church as well as other denominations. For this very reason, the present paper intends to investigate the stories recorded in the alphabetical collection of the Egyptian Paterikon in order to understand to what extent they may actually offer a guide to the complex relations with the Other. How do these stories illustrate denominational or even religious alterity? What types of rapports can one identify therein? Rejection? Separation? Acceptance of the other’s difference? These are all legitimate questions and their significance is amplified in the context of our times – a period in which we see an increase in fundamentalist movements and tendencies, including in the Orthodox community.

Mots clés

  • Ecumenism
  • Desert Fathers
  • Paterikon
  • Apophthegmata Patrum
  • asceticism
  • spirituality
Accès libre

Charism and Challenge – Old Catholic Ecumenism and the Appeal to the Early Church

Publié en ligne: 13 May 2019
Pages: 58 - 75

Résumé

Mots clés

  • Early church
  • Old Catholicism
  • ecumenism
  • Orthodoxy
  • hermeneutics
  • synodality
  • conciliarity
  • women’s ordination
  • ministry
Accès libre

A New Stone on an Ancient Foundation: Traditional Liturgical Aspects in Taizé Order of Prayer

Publié en ligne: 13 May 2019
Pages: 76 - 89

Résumé

Abstract

During the 20th Century, the Taizé Community created a unique liturgical tradition, combining Byzantine and Latin liturgical elements with Protestant background worship. The combination of these liturgical elements concurred with the rediscovery of the old Tradition of the Church and with the entrance of a considerable number of Catholic brothers into the Taizé community. The high point of this reconsidered Tradition is the introduction of the weekly Sunday Eucharist using the Taizé liturgical order. Nonetheless, the Community maintains a Eucharistic discipline and tries to avoid intercommunion. The combination of different traditional liturgical elements on a traditional Protestant base under the supervision of the community’s founder, Br. Roger, aroused great interest among both theologians and simple believers during the time.

Mots clés

  • Taizé community
  • Taizé hymns
  • Byzantine liturgy
  • Latin liturgy
  • Reformed worship
  • Br. Roger
  • Br. Alois
Accès libre

The Use and Importance of Biblical References in Vita Antonii

Publié en ligne: 13 May 2019
Pages: 90 - 119

Résumé

Abstract

Athanasius the Great succeeded with his Vita Antonii to create a new literary genre, the „biography of a saint“. Through his approach, shaped by his impressive theological knowledge and familiarity with the biblical text, Athanasius unlocked an immense amount of cultural knowledge. The Archbishop of Alexandria structured this hagiographic work on the father of monasticism in a way that allowed the reader to understand and perceive the peculiarities of Saint Anthony in accordance with the Orthodoxy of the Church. The present study examines how Athanasius the Great used about four hundred direct and indirect biblical references to represent a personality of his time, who corresponded to the highest Christian ideals. The main topics of our study are: the importance of the Holy Scripture, how it is highlighted in the Athanasian text; the biblical portrait of Anthony the Great; the speech of the great Anchorite, which accounts for more than a third of this hagiographic work; the representation of the last days of Antonius.

Mots clés

  • Saint Anthony
  • monasticism
  • asceticism
  • cultural capital
  • Athanasius the Great
  • hagiography
Accès libre

Complex Inter-Orthodox and Ecumenical Dialogue Following the Ukrainian Tomos of Autocephaly

Publié en ligne: 13 May 2019
Pages: 120 - 127

Résumé

Accès libre

The „New Testament“ as a Polemical Tool. Studies in Ancient Christian Anti-Jewish Rhetoric and Beliefs

Publié en ligne: 13 May 2019
Pages: 128 - 133

Résumé

Accès libre

The Bible in Byzantium. Appropriation, Adaptation, Interpretation

Publié en ligne: 13 May 2019
Pages: 134 - 139

Résumé

10 Articles
Accès libre

Editorial RES 1/2019

Publié en ligne: 13 May 2019
Pages: 5 - 9

Résumé

Accès libre

Anathematized Church Fathers: a Gateway to Ecumenism?

Publié en ligne: 13 May 2019
Pages: 10 - 28

Résumé

Abstract

One of the ecumenically most problematic aspects in the history of the Orthodox Church is the anathemas of 431, 451 and especially the abrupt set of anathemas prescribed in 553, as several prominent Church fathers were condemned centuries after having passed away in peace with the Church. Most of them were authoritative or at least influential teachers for the holy fathers, and a number of their writings have been in use in the Orthodox tradition up to our times. Due to their de facto influence, they have an integrated presence and even important position in the tradition of the Church. Could this fact perhaps, with a fresh reading, have some ecumenical potential for our times, especially in relation to the Pre-Chalcedonian Churches and Roman Catholics?

Mots clés

  • Patristic
  • Orthodox
  • anathema
  • authority
  • heretic
  • Origen
  • Pseudo-Macarius
  • Didymus
  • Evagrius
  • Diodore
Accès libre

“Let None Desert the Church on My Account”Some Inconsistencies Regarding the Chrysostomic Vision on the Unity of the Church

Publié en ligne: 13 May 2019
Pages: 29 - 45

Résumé

Abstract

By comparing St. John Chrysostom’s statements on Church unity after his dismissal, one can notice serious inconsistencies between the texts written by John himself and the statements attributed to him by Palladius of Helenopolis, who attempted to attenuate the outcome of the Johannite schism. In fact, the discrepancies are considerable and the Chrysostomic epistles addressed to the oriental bishops (85-90) imply that St. John encouraged the schism.

Mots clés

  • John Chrysostom
  • Palladius of Helenopolis
  • Johannite schism
  • Chrysostomic epistles
  • Arsacius
  • Atticus of Constantinople
  • Ecclesiology
Accès libre

The “Ecumenism” of the Desert Fathers. The Relationship with the Other in Apophthegmata Patrum

Publié en ligne: 13 May 2019
Pages: 46 - 57

Résumé

Abstract

Ecumenism is a 20th century concept that cannot be directly transposed in the everyday reality of the Desert Fathers, but the authority of the desert ascetics is still crucial to the monastic milieu of the Orthodox Church as well as other denominations. For this very reason, the present paper intends to investigate the stories recorded in the alphabetical collection of the Egyptian Paterikon in order to understand to what extent they may actually offer a guide to the complex relations with the Other. How do these stories illustrate denominational or even religious alterity? What types of rapports can one identify therein? Rejection? Separation? Acceptance of the other’s difference? These are all legitimate questions and their significance is amplified in the context of our times – a period in which we see an increase in fundamentalist movements and tendencies, including in the Orthodox community.

Mots clés

  • Ecumenism
  • Desert Fathers
  • Paterikon
  • Apophthegmata Patrum
  • asceticism
  • spirituality
Accès libre

Charism and Challenge – Old Catholic Ecumenism and the Appeal to the Early Church

Publié en ligne: 13 May 2019
Pages: 58 - 75

Résumé

Mots clés

  • Early church
  • Old Catholicism
  • ecumenism
  • Orthodoxy
  • hermeneutics
  • synodality
  • conciliarity
  • women’s ordination
  • ministry
Accès libre

A New Stone on an Ancient Foundation: Traditional Liturgical Aspects in Taizé Order of Prayer

Publié en ligne: 13 May 2019
Pages: 76 - 89

Résumé

Abstract

During the 20th Century, the Taizé Community created a unique liturgical tradition, combining Byzantine and Latin liturgical elements with Protestant background worship. The combination of these liturgical elements concurred with the rediscovery of the old Tradition of the Church and with the entrance of a considerable number of Catholic brothers into the Taizé community. The high point of this reconsidered Tradition is the introduction of the weekly Sunday Eucharist using the Taizé liturgical order. Nonetheless, the Community maintains a Eucharistic discipline and tries to avoid intercommunion. The combination of different traditional liturgical elements on a traditional Protestant base under the supervision of the community’s founder, Br. Roger, aroused great interest among both theologians and simple believers during the time.

Mots clés

  • Taizé community
  • Taizé hymns
  • Byzantine liturgy
  • Latin liturgy
  • Reformed worship
  • Br. Roger
  • Br. Alois
Accès libre

The Use and Importance of Biblical References in Vita Antonii

Publié en ligne: 13 May 2019
Pages: 90 - 119

Résumé

Abstract

Athanasius the Great succeeded with his Vita Antonii to create a new literary genre, the „biography of a saint“. Through his approach, shaped by his impressive theological knowledge and familiarity with the biblical text, Athanasius unlocked an immense amount of cultural knowledge. The Archbishop of Alexandria structured this hagiographic work on the father of monasticism in a way that allowed the reader to understand and perceive the peculiarities of Saint Anthony in accordance with the Orthodoxy of the Church. The present study examines how Athanasius the Great used about four hundred direct and indirect biblical references to represent a personality of his time, who corresponded to the highest Christian ideals. The main topics of our study are: the importance of the Holy Scripture, how it is highlighted in the Athanasian text; the biblical portrait of Anthony the Great; the speech of the great Anchorite, which accounts for more than a third of this hagiographic work; the representation of the last days of Antonius.

Mots clés

  • Saint Anthony
  • monasticism
  • asceticism
  • cultural capital
  • Athanasius the Great
  • hagiography
Accès libre

Complex Inter-Orthodox and Ecumenical Dialogue Following the Ukrainian Tomos of Autocephaly

Publié en ligne: 13 May 2019
Pages: 120 - 127

Résumé

Accès libre

The „New Testament“ as a Polemical Tool. Studies in Ancient Christian Anti-Jewish Rhetoric and Beliefs

Publié en ligne: 13 May 2019
Pages: 128 - 133

Résumé

Accès libre

The Bible in Byzantium. Appropriation, Adaptation, Interpretation

Publié en ligne: 13 May 2019
Pages: 134 - 139

Résumé

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