The Orthodox Church: Student Edition

Paperback | September 1, 1998

byThomas E. Fitzgerald

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The first comprehensive introduction to the Orthodox Church in the United States from 1794 to the present, this text offers a succinct overview of the Church's distinctive history and its particular perspectives on the Christian faith. FitzGerald examines the relationship between the Orthodox Church and other Christian churches in the U.S., as well as the contributions the Orthodox Church has made to the ecumenical movement. This student edition, ideal for classes in American Religion, Denominational History, and American social and cultural history, includes a bibliographic essay intended as a guide for further investigation into aspects of Orthodox Christianity.

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The first comprehensive introduction to the Orthodox Church in the United States from 1794 to the present, this text offers a succinct overview of the Church's distinctive history and its particular perspectives on the Christian faith. FitzGerald examines the relationship between the Orthodox Church and other Christian churches in the ...

Format:PaperbackDimensions:184 pages, 9.22 × 6.16 × 0.63 inPublished:September 1, 1998Publisher:Praeger PublishersLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0275964388

ISBN - 13:9780275964382

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?This book is a very welcome one. It covers with its concise, clear and comprehensive historical investigation, an area in which not many books were written: the history of the Orthodox Church in the United States....The style is clear. The content is not over filled with historical dates or names, it is concise, but comprehensive. And the history is not deprived of the meaning it has. Historical reality is accurately treated as a basis for the future. Therefore, the book, written primarily for students, is in fact highly recommendable to all those interested in this area of the history of the Church.??Theological Book Review