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International Workshop on Orthodox Theology: Ad Fontes – Back to the Roots?

  • Konferenssi
  • Kielet ja kulttuurit
Joensuun kampus, Agora-rakennus, auditorio AT100
Yliopistokatu 4
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The conference is open for all those interested, even though pre-registration is required.

We all hope to see you in Joensuu in June!

Please see International Workshop on Orthodox Theology Conference web pages.

Further inquiries: Fr Damaskinos Olkinuora, email damaskinos.olkinuora@uef.fi.

Wednesday, June 5

9:00-      Registration and refreshments

9:30      Opening session

Session 1: Approaches to liturgical participation, Chair: Fr Dobromir Dimitrov

10:00     Fr Chrysostomos Nassis, Elements of a Mid-20th Century Liturgical Debate: Eulogios Kourilas Lauriotes and Panagiotes Trembelas on the Recitation of Priestly Prayers in the Divine Liturgy

10:45     Fr Damaskinos (Olkinuora) of Xenophontos, Liturgical Archaeology: Trends and Dangers

11:30     Coffee break

12:00     Harri Huovinen, Revisiting “Active Participation” in Orthodox Ecclesial Life: Insights from St John Chrysostom

12:45      Lunch (Restaurant Aura)

Session 2: Tradition and exegenesis, Chair: Vladimir Cvetkovic

14:00     Octavian Gordon, Neptic Spirituality and Latin Fathers. The Case of St Gregory the Great

14:45    Georgi Mitov, The Patristic Exegetical Foundations of the Orthodox Homiletic Tradition: The Učitelno evangelie (Didactic Gospel) by Constantine of Preslav

15:30     Coffee break

16:00     Fr Václav Ježek, Exegesis as Liberation

18:00     Vespers at the Church of St John the Theologian (Torikatu 41)

18:45     Reception for speakers


Thursday, June 6

7:30      Liturgy at the Church of St John the Theologian

Session 3: Neo-patristic synthesis, Chair: Fr Damaskinos of Xenophontos

10:00     Fr Vukašin Milicevic, Reading and Misreading Church Fathers in Serbia Today: Between Ideology and Theology

10:45     Fr Sergio Mainoldi, Neo-patristic Synthesis between Unity and Identity in Orthodox Theology

11:30     Coffee break

12:00     Fr Demetrios Bathrellos, The Reception of Chalcedonian Christology by Georges Florovsky and John Zizioulas: A Critical Appraisal

12:45     Lunch break

Session 4: Canons, eucharist, and animals, Chair: Fr Chrysostomos Nassis

14:00     Fr Dobromir Dimitrov, Western Scholastic Influences on Orthodox Theology in the 17th-18th Centuries: Impacts on the Eucharistic Practice in the East

14:45     David Heith-Stade, The Holy Canons: Problems and Use

15:30     Coffee break

16:00     Fr Serafim Seppälä, Animals as aloga: A Critical Appraisal of a Murky Idea

16:45     Closing remarks