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Church, Papacy and Schism: A Theological Enquiry

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The union of the churches is one of the crucial issues of our time. Yet it is often forgotten that any discussion about it must begin with an understanding of what the Church itself is.

The Church - The Episcopate - The Conciliar Structure - Two Rival Ecclesiologies - The Papacy - Perspectives and Formulas of Schism - The Christology of Schism - Trinitarian Doctrine and th

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Paperback, 116 pages
Published July 1st 1996 by Denise Harvey (first published September 28th 1978)
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This book is an excellent primer on the differences between the patristic (Orthodox) and Roman Catholic views on the nature of their faith, from a theological perspective. It clearly demonstrates how the Filioque in and of itself created the theological room for such a thing as papal infallibility, and why this does not exist within Orthodoxy. It is the best overview of the differences in Trinitarian conception that I have read thus far, which can seem subtle and irrelevant to those looking in f ...more
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Philip Sherrard was educated at Cambridge and London and taught at the universities of both Oxford and London, but he made Greece his permanent home. A pioneer of modern Greek studies and translator, with Edmund Keeley, of Greece's major modern poets, he wrote many books on Greek, philosophical and literary themes. He was also the translator and editor (with G.E.H. Palmer and Bishop Kallistos Ware ...more
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