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Publisher Description

Analogia is a peer-reviewed academic journal dedicated to the scholarly exposition and discussion of the theological principles of the Christian faith. A distinguishing feature of this journal will be the effort to advance a dialogue between Orthodox Christianity and the views and concerns of Western modes of theological and philosophical thought. A key secondary objective is to provide a scholarly context for the further examination and study of common Christian sources. Though theological and philosophical topics of interest are the primary focus of the journal, the content of Analogia will not be restricted to material that originates exclusively from these disciplines. Insofar as the journal seeks to cultivate theological discourse and engagement with the urgent challenges and questions posed by modernity, topics from an array of disciplines will also be considered, including the natural and social sciences. As such, solicited and unsolicited submissions of high academic quality containing topics of either a theological or interdisciplinary nature will be encouraged. In an effort to facilitate dialogue, provision will be made for peer-reviewed critical responses to articles that deal with high-interest topics. Analogia strives to provide an interdisciplinary forum wherein Christian theology is further explored and assumes the role of an interlocutor with the multiplicity of difficulties facing modern humanity.

Table of Contents:

1. The Mother of Jesus in the Gospel according to John: A Narrative-Critical and Theological Perspective, CHRISTOS KARAKOLIS
2. The Sinlessness of our Most Holy Lady, ABBOT EPHRAIM
3. The Theotokos as Selective Intercessor for Souls in Middle Byzantine Apocalyptic, BRONWEN NEIL
4. The Palamite Background in the Marian Theology of Metropolitan Anthony of Sourozh, NIKI TSIRONIS
5. The Mother of God and the Natural World: Byzantine Conceptions of Sacrament and Creation, MARY B. CUNNINGHAM
6. Practising Consubstantiality: The Theotokos and Ever-Virgin Mary between Synergy and Sophia in St Nicholas Cabasilas and Sergius Bulgakov, and in a Postmodern Perspective, NIKOLAOS LOUDOVIKOS
7. The Dormition of the Theotokos and Dionysios the Areopagite, ANDREAS ANDREOPOULOS

Religion & Spirituality
September 1
St Maxim the Greek Institute
St Maxim the Greek Institute

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