Series: Contemporary Greek Theologians

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The Deification of Man: St. Gregory Palamas and the Orthodox Tradition (Contemporary Greek Theologians Series , No 2) by Georgios I. Mantzaridis2
Deification in Christ: Orthodox Perspectives on the Nature of the Human Person (Contemporary Greek Theologians, Vol 5) by Panayiotis Nellas5

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  1. In the Image and Likeness of God by Vladimir Lossky (1974)
  2. Christ in Eastern Christian Thought by John Meyendorff (1975)
  3. Gregory Palamas: The Triads by Gregory Palamas (1983)
  4. Hymn of Entry: Liturgy and Life in the Orthodox Church (Contemporary Greek Theologians Series , No 1) by Archimandrite Vasileios (1984)
  5. The Freedom of Morality by Christos Yannaras (1984)
  6. St. Gregory Palamas and Orthodox Spirituality by John Meyendorff (1974)
  7. Being as Communion : Studies in Personhood and the Church by John D. Zizioulas (1985)
  8. Theology and the Church by Dumitru Staniloae (1980)
  9. The Life in Christ by Nicholas Cabasilas (1974)
  10. Byzantine Theology : Historical Trends and Doctrinal Themes by John Meyendorff (1974)
  11. The Diary of a Russian Priest by Aleksandr V. Elchaninov (1982)
  12. The Philokalia: The Complete Text (Vol. 1); Compiled by St. Nikodimos of the Holy Mountain and St. Markarios of Corinth by G. E. H. Palmer (1979)
  13. From Glory to Glory: Texts from Gregory of Nyssa's Mystical Writings by Jean Daniélou (1961)
  14. Orthodox Theology: An Introduction by Vladimir Lossky (1978)
  15. The Mystical Theology of the Eastern Church by Vladimir Lossky (1957)

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