New life, Church History


Salvation 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.

In the Scriptures the Church is called the Body of Christ (Rom 12; 1 Cor 10, 12; Col 1) and the Bride of Christ (Eph 5; Rev 21). It is likened as well to God's living Temple (Eph 2; 1 Pet 2) and is called "the pillar and bulwark of Truth" (1 Tim 3:15)


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14th All-American Sobor/1st All-American Council (1970) Written by Alexis Liberovsky 1346
2nd All-American Council (1971) Written by Alexis Liberovsky 1272
3rd All-American Council (1973) Written by Alexis Liberovsky 1154
4th All-American Council (1975) Written by Alexis Liberovsky 1317
5th All-American Council (1977) Written by Alexis Liberovsky 1259
6th All-American Council (1980) Written by Alexis Liberovsky 1070
7th All-American Council (1983) Written by Alexis Liberovsky 1105
8th All-American Council (1986) Written by Alexis Liberovsky 1211
9th All-American Council (1989) Written by Alexis Liberovsky 1174
10th All-American Council (1992) Written by Alexis Liberovsky 1424
11th All-American Council (1995) Written by Alexis Liberovsky 1355
12th All-American Council (1999) Written by Alexis Liberovsky 1144

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