Theo-Ontology, Zizioulas & Heidegger

Theo-Ontology: Notes on the Implications of Zizioulas' Engagement With Heidegger Marilynn Lawrence, MA (Phil.) Introduction In his essay, "Personhood and Being," in Being as Communion,[1] John Zizioulas presents an important challenge to the relationship between theology and philosophy, namely, by questioning the use of Heideggerean philosophy for support of patristic theology. His discussion, and tentative…

AFR: Oneness in Marriage

Oneness in Marriage Conference January 2015 Sponsored by the Center for Family Care of the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America, the 2015 Oneness in Marriage Conference, which was hosted by St. Paul’s Greek Orthodox Church in Irvine, California, focused on growing and protecting the blessed communion of marriage. The conference took place January 29 –…

VIDEO: Marriage, Relational Psy. & Spirituality

Relational Psychology and Spirituality in Marriage George Stavros, Ph.D., LMFT This keynote address was given at the 2nd Pastoral Challenges in Marriage Conference hosted by the Center for Family Care on Oneness: Growing and Protecting the Blessed Communion in Santa Ana, CA from January 28-31, 2015.  

Video: Transfiguring Voluptuous Choice

Transfiguring Voluptuous Choice Rev'd Deacon Dr. Stephen Muse, Ph.D., L.M.F.T. This keynote address was given at the 2nd Pastoral Challenges in Marriage Conference hosted by the Center for Family Care on Oneness: Growing and Protecting the Blessed Communion in Santa Ana, CA from January 28-31, 2015. An article by Deacon Steven by the same title…

BOOKSHELF: Psychology in … the Church

Psychology in Service to the Church by Rev'd. Dr. Vasileios Thermos Published by: Sebastian Press Man, being in the image of God and “an animal in the process of deification” (according to St. Gregory Nazianzen)—whose brain and nervous system are largely shaped by evolution, who is both restricted and boundless through his genes, sealed by his…