Ethics

The Mote and the Beam – 2 James W. Lillie 28 November 2017 This is why I’m telling you, don’t be quick to condemn, and to examine the ...
The Mote and the Beam – 1 James W. Lillie 26 November 2017 At Matthew 7, 1-3, the Lord warns us about the danger of judging other peop...
Celibacy and Monasticism George Mantzaridis, Professor Emeritus, Theological School, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki 23 November 2017 Apart from marriage, which is the natural way of life for us humans, there’...
The Rise of Fotios the Great to the Patriarchal Throne and the Composition of the Work ‘The Prince’ Agapi Papadopoulou, Theologian 11 November 2017 When Emperor Basil I ascended the throne, in 867, major changes occurred in...
On Light James W. Lillie 6 November 2017 In his 56th Discourse (On faith and those who say it is not possible to liv...
Environmental Poverty and Personal Responsibility. Science meets the Discourse of the Saints Petros Panayiotopoulos 3 November 2017 The degradation of the quality of the environment in which we live is an in...
The Life and Work of Fotios the Great Agapi Papadopoulou, Theologian 1 November 2017 Fotios (Photius) the Great (810-893) was born in Constantinople into a r...
‘Submission to State Authority has its Limits’ Agapi Papadopoulou, Theologian 20 October 2017 When people of merit avoid political power, then it’s left to the undeser...
‘You would have no authority over me, had it not been given to you from above’ Agapi Papadopoulou, Theologian 11 October 2017 John Locke believed that if a ruler used his authority against the people...
The Notion of Authority according to Foucault, Hobbes and Locke Agapi Papadopoulou, Theologian 8 October 2017 Foucault considers the view which examines authority as something which a...
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