How does the Holy Trinity create a person?

How does the Holy Trinity create a person?

Dr. Nikolaos Koios, Content Coach of Pemptousia   It’s been noted by theological scholarship on more than one occasion that, in Orthodoxy, dogma and ethos, theory and practice, faith and life are indissolubly bound together. Every invitation to spiritual struggle has a powerful dogmatic foundation and vice versa: the spiritual...

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“The depiction of the three persons of the Holy Trinity” [4]

“The depiction of the three persons of the Holy Trinity” [4]

Stamatios Sp. Zoulas, M.Sc. Theology’s, Teacher of Religions   B) THE HOLY ICON OF HOSPITALITY OF ABRAHAM Also whoever studies, from the Old Testament, the chapter of hospitality of ABRAHAM, he will make sure that the Patriarch in his tent provides hospitality to God and two built angels. He who...

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“The depiction of the three persons of the Holy Trinity” [3]

“The depiction of the three persons of the Holy Trinity” [3]

Stamatios Sp. Zoulas, M.Sc. Theology’s, Teacher of Religions   The final conclusion, according to what has been said above, is that the Ungoverned Father can be described precisely as Daniel describes Him according to the relevant resolution of the VII Ecumenical Synod (II Synodic Volume page 905). Therefore having as...

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“The depiction of the three persons of the Holy Trinity” [2]

“The depiction of the three persons of the Holy Trinity” [2]

Stamatios Sp. Zoulas, M.Sc. Theology’s, Teacher of Religions   However, the form, in which the leaderless Father appears, is mainly for us. “I was regarding until the thrones were placed and The Old Of Days was seated and his attire resembling white snow and the hair of his head resembling...

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“The depiction of the three persons of the Holy Trinity”

“The depiction of the three persons of the Holy Trinity”

Stamatios Sp. Zoulas, M.Sc. Theology’s, Teacher of Religions   The subject of the iconic approach of the Holy Trinity has especially preoccupied me here. And specifically the question whether, religiously wise, the depiction of the Holy Spirit in the classic icon of the Holy Trinity (in the past 350 years),...

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Love as a Feeling and as an Uncreated Gift of the Holy Trinity (Meat-fare Sunday)

Love as a Feeling and as an Uncreated Gift of the Holy Trinity (Meat-fare Sunday)

Vasileios Touloumtsis   It’s an unshakeable and irrefutable truth that every day of our earthly life is- apart from anything else- another step that brings us ever closer to our biological death. Despite the fact that this is the most certain event which will occur to each and every one...

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Encyclical on Bearing an Icon of the Holy Trinity in a Procession

Encyclical on Bearing an Icon of the Holy Trinity in a Procession

Since a question was asked at our office concerning the propriety of bearing an icon of the Holy Trinity in a procession, the theological advisor to the Holy Metropolis of Mani, Georgios Filias, Professor of Liturgics at the University of Athens, was asked to respond and he did so in...

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How does the Holy Trinity create a person?

How does the Holy Trinity create a person?

Dr. Nikolaos Koios, Content Coach of Pemptousia   It’s been noted by theological scholarship on more than one occasion that, in Orthodoxy, dogma and ethos, theory and practice, faith and life are indissolubly bound together. Every invitation to spiritual struggle has a powerful dogmatic foundation and vice versa: the spiritual...

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Critical Ingredients for a Divine Revelation

Critical Ingredients for a Divine Revelation

    Humility, Repentance, and Community: Critical Ingredients for a Divine Revelation In examining the Gospel accounts of Jesus’ baptism and the revelation of The Holy Trinity – Theophany – Two questions were prominent in my mind: What can we learn about Who God is and what He is like...

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Daily Reading for January 6, 2016, Holy Theophany, Epiphany

Daily Reading for January 6, 2016, Holy Theophany, Epiphany

  St. Paul’s Letter to Titus 2:11-14; 3:4-7 Prokeimenon. Mode 4. Psalm 117.26,1 Blessed is he who comes in the name of the Lord. Give thanks to the Lord, for He is good. His mercy endures forever. TITUS, my son, the grace of God has appeared for the salvation of all...

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