21 June 2013: Orthodox Diaspora

9105645879_9f7354bfa5_o (1)On 21 June, the presentation of the book Introducing Eastern Orthodox Theology by Revd. Prof. Andrew Louth was the occasion for a small colloquium. At the colloquium we took up themes explored by 20th century thinkers of the Russian emigration, who tried to bring their patristic past into dialogue with contemporary Western ideas. One of the themes of the Orthodox diaspora is the ‘realm’ between the Creator and the created world. Who or what negotiates the abyss?

You can see the photos of the event on our Facebook page or you can watch videos of it on our VU channel.

Programme:

13:00 Prof. Dr. Wim Janse, Vice-Rector and Dean of the Faculty of Theology presents Fr Andrew’s book Introducing Eastern Orthodox Theology

13:15 Dr. Ivana Noble (Ecumenical Institute, Protestant Theological Faculty of Charles University, Prague), Introduction

13:45 Revd. Prof. Andrew Louth, Theology of in-between

15:00 Very Revd. Prof. John Behr (Dean of St. Vladimir’s Orthodox Theological Seminary and Professor of Patristics, New York), Older that the World: The Virgin as Mediatrix

15:45 Revd. Dr. Michael Bakker, Into the Abyss

16:30 Discussion led by Dr. Ivana Noble

 

 

 

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