In this collection of sixteen essays Fr. Michael Pomazansky examines and evaluates
the errors of modernism which today agitate world-wide Orthodoxy. These humble
and gentle, yet penetrating essays lack the angry tone of some writers, and
are therefore all the more valuable for today's reader. Among the subjects he
examines are: "The Liturgical Theology of Fr. A. Schmemann", "The
Church of Christ and the Contemporary Movement for Unification in Christianity",
"On the Question of Toll-Houses," and many more. This volume also
contains a short biography of Fr. Michael, who died in 1988 at the age of 100.
He graduated from a pre-Revolutionary Russian seminary, and was for many years
Professor of Theology at Holy Trinity Monastery, Jordanville, New York.
Softbound. 245 pp.
Read an Article by this Author:
The Concept of the Church of Christ on Earth by Fr. Michael Pomazansky