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The Influence of Augustine of Hippo on the Orthodox Church
Azkoul, Michael


Shows that Augustine created a "Greek-Christian synthesis" based on Neo-Platonism, which removes him from the Orthodox mind and the Patristic tradition. Argues that the theology of Augustine is not the apex of the Patristic tradition, but the beginning of a new one, and is incompatible with the theology of the Orthodox Church, with the difference between the two accounting in part for the separation of Eastern Orthodoxy and Roman Catholicism.

ISBN10:  0-88946-733-1   ISBN13:  978-0-88946-733-0    Pages:  312    Year:  1991   

Series: Texts and Studies in Religion Number: 56

Subject Areas:  Classics, Patristics, Early Christianity, Ancient Near Eastern Studies - Religion, Religion & Patristics - Medieval,

Imprint: Edwin Mellen Press

USA List Price: $149.95 UK List Price: £ 99.95  

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