[epub pdf] Hallowed Be Thy Name: The Name-Glorifying Dispute in the Russian Orthodox Church and on Mt. Athos, 1912-1914Author Tom Dykstra – Schematicwiringdiagram.co

For Anyone Wanting To Understand An Extraordinary And Important Episode In The Modern History Of Christianity, Tom Dykstra S Excellent Account, Which Is Both Meticulous And Highly Readable, Should Be An Indispensable Starting Point It Brings Alive A Passionate Argument Over The Holiness Of The Name Of God Which Shook The Tsarist And Balkan World On The Eve Of The First World War Better Than Any Other Chronicler Of The Tragedy That Came To A Head In The Main Monastic Stronghold Of The Christian East, He Combines A Clear View Of The Theological Stakes With A Keen Sense Of The Politics, Both Secular And Ecclesiastical, Which Determined The Outcome Dykstra Also Manages To Situate The Imperial Russian Quarrel Over Sacred Names In The Broader Sweep Of The History Of Monotheism Bruce Clark, Writer On Religion And Public Policy, The Economist, Economist


3 thoughts on “Hallowed Be Thy Name: The Name-Glorifying Dispute in the Russian Orthodox Church and on Mt. Athos, 1912-1914

  1. L. Carl L. Carl says:

    Fascinating, thoroughly and finely detailed, this story goes into the sometimes hilarious but altogether serious occurrence on The Holy Mountain during the early part of the last century I am glad I read it on my Kindle otherwise the names and tracking of same can be daunting for an English speaker As in all things Orthodox there are than enough details and sub details to keep a historian busy, but for the casual reader interested in an enjoyable and fascinating, earthly view of how men can behave, I can recommend this read to than an esoteric group.


  2. Basil Juli Basil Juli says:

    Extremely enlightening


  3. Kahleen Turner Kahleen Turner says:

    My spouse was very interested in this book having read a review in a magazine and is enjoying reading it immensely.