Salvation History - New life, Church History

New Life, Church History.

The Church’s history records the progress of Christ’s work throughout the course of the human experience.

History in Orthodoxy has a theological importance because of the incarnation of Jesus Christ, that just as God chose to become a physical, living, breathing human being, he also chooses to work in and through human history to bring about salvation. Thus, the Church’s history becomes a sacred history, not in the same sense as the Biblical history which forms the salvation story itself, but rather as a record of the continued effects of the salvation story in the experience of man.

Article Read Time Hit Count Written by
Modern Theological Developments 3 mins 3422 Timothy Ware ( Bishop Kallistos of Diokleia)
12th All-American Sobor (1965) 2 mins 2362 Alexis Liberovsky
13th All-American Sobor (1967) 1 min 2288 Alexis Liberovsky
14th All-American Sobor/1st All-American Council (1970) 2 mins 2364 Alexis Liberovsky
2nd All-American Council (1971) 2 mins 2293 Alexis Liberovsky
3rd All-American Council (1973) 2 mins 2163 Alexis Liberovsky
4th All-American Council (1975) 1 min 2270 Alexis Liberovsky
5th All-American Council (1977) 4 mins 2378 Alexis Liberovsky
6th All-American Council (1980) 3 mins 1967 Alexis Liberovsky
7th All-American Council (1983) 2 mins 2133 Alexis Liberovsky
8th All-American Council (1986) 2 mins 2180 Alexis Liberovsky
9th All-American Council (1989) 2 mins 2199 Alexis Liberovsky
10th All-American Council (1992) 3 mins 2531 Alexis Liberovsky
11th All-American Council (1995) 3 mins 2426 Alexis Liberovsky
12th All-American Council (1999) 4 mins 2269 Alexis Liberovsky