The first full treatment of the foundations of Eastern Orthodox Christian Ethics
in English. A valuable resource revealing an ethical tradition which is scriptural
and patristic, and which is eminently capable of contemporary application.
“In this work,we remain in the tradition of the recent past in Orthodox
Christian Ethics, which sees as legitimate the ‘division of labor’which
assigns to one area of Systematic theology the exposition of the content of
the saving knowledge of the revelation of God, and which reserves to another
area of Systematic theology the exposition of the ‘works’ of the Christian
life. The assumption in this work is that a separation between them is fatal,
a distinction unavoidable. The aim of this book is to provide an exposition
of ehtical themes from a distinctively Eastern Orthodox Christian perspective.”
— from the Author's Introduction
Softbound. 270 pp.