SEARCHING FOR THE TRUE APOSTOLIC CHURCH: WHAT EVANGELICALS SHOULD KNOW ABOUT EASTERN ORTHODOXY

@inproceedings{Negrut2009SEARCHINGFT,
  title={SEARCHING FOR THE TRUE APOSTOLIC CHURCH: WHAT EVANGELICALS SHOULD KNOW ABOUT EASTERN ORTHODOXY},
  author={Paul Negrut},
  year={2009}
}
  • Paul Negrut
  • Published 2009
Recent years have witnessed a surge of Western Christians joining the Orthodox Church. With its emphasis on mystical union with God, its rich history, and its beautiful icons (sacred images) and liturgies, Orthodoxy appeals to those who long for a deeper sense of wonder in their worship and faith. Yet behind the appeal lie some hard realities. The Orthodox world is not monolithic, and one cannot become Orthodox in general. The Orthodox tradition is not entirely apostolic, and consequently the… CONTINUE READING

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