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The Illness and Cure of the Soul in the Orthodox Tradition

The Illness and Cure of the Soul in the Orthodox Tradition Fr Hierotheos uses quotations from the Church Fathers and many saints to support his conviction that man s soul suffers illness which distorts his relationship with God his fellow men and nature to b

  • Title: The Illness and Cure of the Soul in the Orthodox Tradition
  • Author: Hierotheos Vlachos
  • ISBN: 9789607070180
  • Page: 299
  • Format: Paperback
  • Fr Hierotheos uses quotations from the Church Fathers and many saints to support his conviction that man s soul suffers illness which distorts his relationship with God, his fellow men and nature to be curedin the hospital of the Church Presented in the form of a discussion, the contents was used in a lecture series at the St John of Damascus Faculty of Theology, UniverFr Hierotheos uses quotations from the Church Fathers and many saints to support his conviction that man s soul suffers illness which distorts his relationship with God, his fellow men and nature to be curedin the hospital of the Church Presented in the form of a discussion, the contents was used in a lecture series at the St John of Damascus Faculty of Theology, University of Balamand.

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    1. This was a wonderful book to read. Archimandrite (now Metropolitan) Hierotheos recounts a conversation with several interested modern folks as they discuss the Patristic tradition of the path to theosis in the light of modern life and medical science. Father Hierotheos' comments throughout provide layers of depth and loads of practical advice for those of us who continue to try to live out the life of asceticism, sacrament, and prayer as prescribed by the Holy Fathers of the Orthodox Church whil [...]

    2. If "Orthodox Psychotherapy" is intimidating, then read this book instead. Actually, read it anyway. This book is much more accessible. Essentially, it is an explanation of what "Orthodox Psychotherapy" is about, but aimed specifically at the serious lay person. Orthodoxy and western Christianity approach many of the same issues and questions of faith from very different directions. For a westerner looking at Orthodoxy and scratching their head, this may help put some things in context. Many Orth [...]

    3. This seems crucial for Christians with an inner tradition. I sense this need, though I'm only a short way into the book.

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