A Dialogue Between Constantine and a Modern Orthodox by Michael Lofton

Constantine: I am summoning you to a council where many bishops of the ecumene will be present to discuss the teachings of the presbyter Arius. A Modern Orthodox: A council? Why would we need to have one of those? Constantine: Because we need to have stability in my empire and the followers of Arius are […]

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The Road to Unity: The Obstacles to Full Unity Between Roman Catholics and Eastern Orthodox Christians

Introduction Eastern Orthodox and Roman Catholics have many similarities. It can be argued that the two communions share much in common concerning of the Trinity, Scripture, Redemption, the Sacraments and Eschatology. The obstacles remaining between the two ecclesiastical bodies, however, are profound, and result in a lack of Eucharistic communion. These obstacles will be explored […]

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