The Infallibility of the Church in Orthodox Theology

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St Andrew's Orthodox Press, 2008 - 277 страница
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Although several Orthodox theologians have significantly enhanced the development of Ecclesiology in the twentieth century, the contribution of Archbishop Stylianos Harkianakis, Primate of the greek Orthodox CHurch in Austrlia, remains, without doubt, a landmark in the history of that theological field today. Essentially the authors consideration of the Church is that it is the most intimate and graced communion not only of human persons but of the entire created cosmos bonded together in a wondrous relationship with the uncreated God. Unconfusedly and indivisibly united with God, the Church therefore enjoys and rightly proclaims the truth - ie it is infallible - for the world's salvation and the glorification of God. Ultimately his the author's theology of the Church's infallibility, ie it's truthfulness, is simply a donological affirmation of the genuine presence of God among his people and the world at large.
 

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The Notion of Infallibility
3
Infallibility and divine inspiration
15
The gradual development of the notion of
27
Central concepts of Holy Scripture indirectly
35
Infallibility in relation to the attributes of
42
Ecclesiological Realities Directly
53
A unified and integrated overview
70
Meaning and significance of apostolic
86
The development of Roman primacy into
149
The unwieldiness of papal infallibility
165
Brief observations concerning our theme
188
The Sobornost theory of AS Chomiakov
203
The ecclesiology of Chomiakov
211
Application of the Sobornost theory in
220
What the Ecumenical Synods express
228
A critical evaluation of Chomiakovs
238

The conscience of the Church
101
The bearer of infallibility in the Church
121
The instrument of infallibility in the Church
127
The Roman Catholic Understanding
143

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