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Doctrine, practice, saints and other topics around Eastern Orthodox (Greek, Russian etc.) Church.

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After reading about Hesychasm and the related topics such as Jesus' Prayer, Philokalia and palamism I'm stuck with a question. In Hesychasm, the main objective is to arrive to Hesychia, which is still …
asked Nov 17 '11 by deps_stats
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In order to contextualize the question I add the following quote from the wikipedia article concerning Filioque clause: Filioque, Latin for "and (from) the Son", is a phrase found in the form of …
asked Oct 26 '11 by deps_stats
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Catholic church has a long monastic history, and there are excellent exponents of spiritual progress whose concepts are used even today. Take Theresa of Avila's "interior castle" or Juan de la Cruz' " …
asked Oct 29 '11 by deps_stats