I have enjoyed a much needed break, but I could not fully forget about the blog and a few current events.
There are others, but this is a good Filioque essay. Jack Waters May 11, at Bernard of Clarivaux and Joan of Arc were from France, however that culture had since ceased to influence the piety of the citizenry by the time of the Revolution. Khalid mir May 11, at I think we actually do need another East-West Diwan.
But I also think criticism of certain aspects of it is not always equivalent to being anti-Western. Miguel May 11, at Or the writer of the first article mentioned.
Rod mentioned 1, if memory serves me well, but I think 1, and also 1, are more relevant; the years when the West and East clashed due to economic interests.
But, why did the medieval greeks killed the latins in their city with such a hate? Because the latins had achieved the best of byzantine trade.
In order to replace the lost navy long storythe emperor Alexios I Komnenos granted commercial rights to the venetians. In order to counterbalance the excess of influence -and success- of the venetians, later emperors otorged similar rights to venetians commercial rivals, but that only worsened things for the byzantines.
But on one thing he was right: So, the orthodox are weary, to say the leats, of the catholics, and the West, even if the Orthodox have already made contacts with many protestants groups. On the other hand, I think that the West, and specially the U.
The russians did for a while what the I. So the rusians returned to the methods that they knew and felt related to, and for whatever the reason, those worked and the denostated in the West Vladimir Putin put the russians in a better material condition than Yeltsin. But what is done, is done.
But there is a bigger point not made, as far as I remeber, in the article: If you allow your competitor to fare better, they will destroy you passivelly, just because they can attract more invesment than before, and the amount of possible invesment is not infinite.
A last point on conomy and development in Russia and similar orthodox nations: Hw to modernizate 11, square kilometers of half frozen lands? But the phisical conditions played totally in the favour of a petrified traditionalism.
The other orthodox nations were much more nations than states, under turkish dominion, small and without the chance to modernize. Miguel May 12, at And still, the Greeks… But, if you ask me, Greece is similar on some respects to Cuba: At least in the economic arena.
VikingLS May 12, at 2: Hound of Ulster Look, I get guys like this are why you are so worried about protestants. It also, some say, made their people relatively unhappy and anti-capitalist.
And that villages, towns and small cities emptied out, or lose much of their economic activity and population, due to economic, trade AND public policies imposed upon their countries by the EU, the World Bank, the IMF, etc.?
You know, some of the same reasons that Bernie Sanders and Donal Trump did so well in our last presidential election? By this double yoke, the Greeks were oppressed under the successors of Heraclius; the tyrant, a law of eternal justice, was degraded by the vices of his subjects; and on the throne, in the camp, in the schools, we search, perhaps with fruitless diligence, the names and characters that may deserve to be rescued from oblivion.
Indeed, its own achievements were even then to itself increasingly incomprehensible, in certain regards even inconceivable, the literal stuff of mythopoeia, when they had of course been originally developed and understood as science and knowledge, even of a skeptical and agnostic kind.
The ultimate effect achieved through it is striking to be sure, but it is also extensively artificial not only in the literal methods of its construction, but in the false technological, artistic, i. The last of the existing triumphal arches in Rome, it is also the only one to make extensive use of spolia, reusing several major reliefs from 2nd century imperial monuments, which give a striking and famous stylistic contrast to the sculpture newly created for the arch.
Another theory holds that it was erected, or at least started, by Maxentius [i. It remains the most impressive surviving civic monument from Rome in Late Antiquity, but is also one of the most controversial with regards to its origins and meanings.
Gone, finally are elaboration of detail and differentiation of surface texture. Faces are cut rather than modelled, hair takes the form of a cap with some superficial stippling, drapery folds are summarily indicated by deeply drilled lines.The Nicene Creed does not mention the belief that Christ visited Hell after his death; that was an addition in the later Apostles' Creed.
As with the later creed, this this text completely ignores the earthly ministry of Jesus. Various translations from the original Greek read something like: " he was born of the Virgin Mary, and became man.
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The well written apologetic by Philip Sherrard actually indicates to most who will clearly read between the lines that indeed the Roman Church was the 1st Protestant church, and that to heal the Great Schism would be to reunite the lost Bishop of Rome with his Ecclesiastical brethren into the fold of the true church as established by Christ whilst on earth.