Greek Letters and Orthodoxy.

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Significant Relations of Orthodox Christianity to the Greek Language and to Ancient Greek Philosophy, Rhetoric, and Poetry

“The motif of Greek Letters and Orthodoxy is well expressed by a statement made a century ago (1903) by Professor Thaddeus Zielinsky of St. Petersburg University, and appears in the book Our Debt to Antiquity by H.A. Strong and Hugh Steward[...]. Professor Zielinsky says: ‘We cannot separate the idea of Christianity from that of classical culture. In the first place, because Greek is the language of the Oldest Christian writings.... We cannot understand Christianity without studying its Greek records.’”
—“PREFACE”

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Significant Relations of Orthodox Christianity to the Greek Language and to Ancient Greek Philosophy, Rhetoric, and Poetry

“The motif of Greek Letters and Orthodoxy is well expressed by a statement made a century ago (1903) by Professor Thaddeus Zielinsky of St. Petersburg University, and appears in the book Our Debt to Antiquity by H.A. Strong and Hugh Steward[...]. Professor Zielinsky says: ‘We cannot separate the idea of Christianity from that of classical culture. In the first place, because Greek is the language of the Oldest Christian writings.... We cannot understand Christianity without studying its Greek records.’”
—“PREFACE”

CONTENTS

PREFACE
INTRODUCTION
I THE RELATION OF ORTHODOXY TO GREEK LETTERS
II VALUE OF GREEK LETTERS AFTER THE EARLY CENTURIES OF CHRISTIANITY
III VALUE OF GREEK LETTERS FOR THE ORTHODOX TODAY
INDEX OF PROPER NAMES
INDEX OF SUBJECTS

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Author Constantine Cavarnos
Pages 60
Cover Soft
Width (mm) 140
Height (mm) 215

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