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|Title:||(96) Theological reflection on the relationship of scripture and tradition as an example of ecumenical learning||Authors:||Ayuch, Daniel Alberto||Affiliations:||Institute of Theology||Keywords:||Orthodox Theology
Russian Orthodox Church
Modern Greek Theology
|Issue Date:||2013||Part of:||P. Kalaitzidis, T. Fitzgerald, C. Hovorun, A. Pekridou, N. Asproulis, G. Liarge & D. Werner (Eds.), Orthodox Handbook on Ecumenism. Resources for Theological Education. Regnum Books.||Start page:||625||End page:||629||Abstract:||
Orthodoxy has interacted in this discussion from different points of view and in different periods of history. Modern theological and systematic writings dealing with this issue reflect a variety of standpoints depending on the writers own approach and the particular questions they deal with. This is why this question of Scripture and Tradition seems to be one of the most discussed issues among Orthodox theologians. Some spheres reject the idea of stressing on the primacy of Scripture over Holy Tradition.
|Appears in Collections:||Institute of Theology|
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