|Orthodox Outlet for Dogmatic Enquiries||Christian Dogmatics and About God|
Lessons on Christian Dogmatics
These are the notes that were taken from the lectures of Professor I. Zizioulas (current Metropolitan of Pergamus and Chairman of the Athens Academy) at the Poemantic Division of the Thessaloniki University’s School of Theology, during the academic year 1984-1985.
They are published with the blessing and the permission of the reverend Metropolitan.
The notes were published with the caring and the responsibility of the students, for use during their examinations.
Aristotelian University of Thessaloniki
Published by : Publication ServicesBecause of its size, this series of Dogmatics will be presented by us in segments, in the hope that the entire text that we have in hand will be made available very soon.
It is with immense joy, that we are hosts to this significant piece of work in our website.
We consider this presentation an honor, and acknowledge the extremely significant opus of the reverend Metropolitan of Pergamus.
We are referring to the hand-typed notes of the reverend Metropolitan’s lessons at the University of Thessaloniki, which benefited us so much, that we wished to make them more broadly accessible.
It is our fervent desire that you study these notes, which exude the fragrance of the Orthodox faith and are delivered with scientific precision, in a simple and comprehensible manner.
We wish to thank with all our heart those who toiled and participated in the acquisition of these notes for us.
May the blessing of God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ be with every person who seeks Him.
Professor Metropolitan of Pergamus and Chairman of the Athens Academy I. Zizioulas
Á. ON DOGMATICS AND DOGMAS
Â. ON COGNIZANCE AND FAITH
C. ON GOD
Å. ON CREATION, SALVATION, CHRISTOLOGY AND ECCLESIOLOGY
F. ECCLESIOLOGICAL TOPICS
3. Commentary on Western Ecclesiology
G. ORTHODOXY AND WESTERN THEOLOGY
Texts by Rev. John Zizioulas (Addendum)
Translation by A. N.
Article published in English on: 4-7-2005.
Last update: 2-8-2011.