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In the Image of the Trinity: The Collected Works

by Kallistos Ware

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0881412287, Hardcover)

"Tell us about the visions that you see," a monk once said to St Pachomius. "A sinner like me does not expect to see visions from God," Pachomius replied, "But let me tell you about a great vision. If you see a holy and humble man, that is a great vision. For what greater vision can there be than this: to see the invisible God revealed in his temple, a visible human person?"

In this second volume of his collected works, renowned Orthodox theologian Bishop Kallistos Ware addresses the practical implications of Trinitarian doctrine and the humanity of Christ - their significance for our vision of the human person and for understanding the unity and uniqueness of each human being. Writings regarding the connection among the human body, mind and soul and an explanation of the passions round out this profound collection, which readers will value as not only enjoyable and inspirational but also as a compendium of vast theological resources.

For years a Spaulding Lecturer in Eastern Christian Studies at Pembroke College in Oxford, the world-renowned lecturer, Bishop Kallistos Ware, speaks equally to lay people and specialists regarding both timeless mysteries and urgent contemporary concern.

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