Orthodox Canon Law :a casebook for study

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"When the average Orthodox hears the words" Canon Law," among the things that make come to mind are a dusty co-a set of severe regulations resulting in excommunication for the slightest infraction. Far from it, father Viscuso conveys the point that Canon Law, as he tradition of canons, is an incarnation of reality. The caverns of a pastoral standards manifesting God's saving Truth, rather than a set of harsh authoritarian rules. The author uses a unique approach with case studies to elicit answers from the readers, while including an answer key at the end of work to provide an extremely enlightening and lively commentary. This book will initiate dialogue and will be an exciting resorts for all interested in the life of the church." - The Rev Dr Joseph Allen, director, Antiochian House of Studies, Prof, Pittsburgh Theological Seminary

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"When the average Orthodox hears the words" Canon Law," among the things that make come to mind are a dusty co-a set of severe regulations resulting in excommunication for the slightest infraction. Far from it, father Viscuso conveys the point that Canon Law, as he tradition of canons, is an incarnation of reality. The caverns of a pastoral standards manifesting God's saving Truth, rather than a set of harsh authoritarian rules. The author uses a unique approach with case studies to elicit answers from the readers, while including an answer key at the end of work to provide an extremely enlightening and lively commentary. This book will initiate dialogue and will be an exciting resorts for all interested in the life of the church." - The Rev Dr Joseph Allen, director, Antiochian House of Studies, Prof, Pittsburgh Theological Seminary

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Author Patrick Viscuso
Cover Soft

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