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In the Image and Likeness of God
St. Vladimir's Seminary Press, New York, 2001
135 x 215 mm (5.375 x 8.5 in.); 232 pages, Paperback.
Vladimir Lossky estalished himself as one of the most brilliant of Orthodox scholars in the years between his departure from Russia in 1923 and his death in 1958. His uncompromising faithfulness to Scriptural and patristic tradition, coupled with his constant concern for an articulate Orthodox witness in the West, makes his works indispensable for an understanding of the theology of the Eastern Church today. Here, in twelve essays, he explores the implications of the Orthodox unerstanding of man's destiny -- communion in love with the triune God. Concerned with the fundamental questions of theology, Lossky addresses the following; can we really know God? how are we to understand the relation of creation to the Creator? where is it that we are to find the heart of the Christian message? In the process of answering questions such as these, the author shows that doctrinal issues are not just abstract propositions for theological debate but affect the whole of Church life.
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