St. Gregory Palamas and Orthodox Spirituality by John Meyendorff

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Statementby John Neyendorff. Authorized translation by Adele Fiske.
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Pagination184 p.
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His teaching unfolded over the Born: c. Constantinople. The spiritual tradition of the monks of the East --Gregory Palamas, theologian of hesychasm --Hesychasm after Palamas.

Other Titles: St. Grégoire Palamas et la mystique orthodoxe. Spirituality and a corresponding Fellow, The British Academy. His books include St.

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However, St. Gregory Palamas, a bearer of the Tradition and a man of revelation, supported the opposite view. In his theology he presented the teaching of the Church that uncreated light, that is, the vision of God, is not simply a symbolic vision, nor sensory and created, nor inferior to understanding, but it is deification.

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Includes discussion of hesychasm, the monastic movement centered on solitude and unceasing prayer. Now, in fact, St. Symeon and St. Gregory are still authoritative masters and inspirers of all those who, in the Orthodox Church, are striving after perfection, and are living the life of prayer and contemplation, whether in the surviving monastic communities, or in the solitude of the desert, and even in the world.

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