Reprint

Orthodoxy and Evangelicalism: Contemporary Issues in Global Perspective

Edited by
December 2021
250 pages
  • ISBN978-3-0365-2450-4 (Hardback)
  • ISBN978-3-0365-2451-1 (PDF)

This book is a reprint of the Special Issue Orthodoxy and Evangelicalism: Contemporary Issues in Global Perspective that was published in

Social Sciences, Arts and Humanities
Summary

Since the 1990s, the Eastern Orthodox and Protestant Evangelical communities have had more direct contact with each other than at any other time. A small but growing number of dialogues have occurred around the globe along with significant comparative studies in history, doctrine, worship, and spiritual life. Few regional studies, however, have examined areas outside the Anglophone world, or the political and legal aspects of relationships between these traditions. Therefore, this volume breaks fresh ground.

This volume is a collection of scholarly essays on current issues and/or developments in Orthodox–Evangelical relations, at both global and national levels, which will inform the ongoing dialogue. The essays explore the history of relationships and the factors that help or hinder them, as well as current missiological challenges, political and legal issues, comparative theology and spirituality, eco-theology, and other topics. A particular strength is the number of contributions from Orthodox and Evangelicals in Eastern Europe.

Format
  • Hardback
License
© 2022 by the authors; CC BY-NC-ND license
Keywords
Orthodox; Evangelical; ecumenism; Patristics; Stăniloae; Orthodox; Evangelicals; ecology; creation care; leadership; Russia; Ukraine; discipleship; Orthodox Christian; Oriental Christian; Coptic; Egypt; Ethiopia; India; Moltmann; Stăniloae; Eastern Orthodox; Chinese evangelicals; collectivism; social trinitarian anthropology; Confucian-influenced/Ru-influenced; repressed form of self; relational selfhood; Cabasilas; Luther; Mariology; Magnificat; Eastern Orthodox theology; moral discourse; contemporary North American Christianity; remnant; orthodox and evangelicals; ecumenical movement; proselytism; World Council of Churches; moral values; Symeon the New Theologian; Orthodox spirituality; Pentecostal/Charismatic spirituality; mysticism; asceticism; apatheia; religiosity in Russia; spirituality; Orthodoxy; Protestantism; Evangelical Christians; subjective well-being; spiritual well-being scale; religious coping; Brief RCOPE Scale; enchurchment; ecumenical convergence; Romanian evangelicals; Bible authority; deification; perichoretic model; inaugurated eschatology; proselytism; iconography; icon veneration; evangelical–Orthodox relations; ecumenism; ecumenism; Wesleyan; Orthodox; evangelism; John Wesley; Lausanne-Orthodox Initiative; monk; asceticism-monastic life; community-desert; celibacy; fasting; common life; spirituality; Orthodox Christianity; liturgical theology; kingdom of God; narrative; critical realism; atonement; redemption; ransom; metaphor; concept; theory of atonement; kerygma; Orthodox; Evangelical; theology; Romania; Orthodoxy; interfaith; Evangelicalism; Serbia; spiritual revivals; Protestantism; Neo-Protestantism; Department of Religion; atonement; the work of Christ; retributive justice; penal substitution; satisfaction; nonviolence; Christus Victor; Gustaf Aulén; Anselm; Irenaeus; Darby Kathleen Ray; J. Denny Weaver; Thomas Finger; Gregory Boyd