Many contemporary psychotherapists, even though they are not Orthodox, are impressed by the neptic theology of the Orthodox Tradition. Existential Psychology and Orthodox Psychotherapy, one of the ‘Orthodox Psychotherapy’ series, looks in detail at the theory of a contemporary school of psychology called ‘logotherapy’. Pain, afflictions and all problems, even death, are overcome by the experience of spiritual delight, and man’s life is given another dimension.
There are boundaries between the Church and science, and there should be no confusion or conflict between them, and we should accept the synodical and hierarchical regime of the Church.
Patristic theology is based on God’s revelation to the Prophets, Apostles and Fathers. Western scholastic theology is based on philosophy as an attempt to understand God through reason. These are indeed two different theological traditions.
We are living at the eleventh hour…the twenty-first century will have many surprises in store for us…the time in which we live is a Time to Act.
The basic differences between the two cultures: the Orthodox-Roman tradition and the Western way of life. The great historical journey the Greek nation has made down through the ages (in Greek).
The combination of spiritual vigilance and life in society offers a solution to many personal, family and social problems and provides a way out from the dead end of consumerism, greed, and love of money. It helps us to penetrate beneath the surface of events and to understand the meaning and aim of theology in our lives (in Greek).