The Orthodox Way
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Item No. 006584
by Bishop Kallistos Ware
An excellent companion to Bishop Kallistos's book The Orthodox Church, this book discusses the spiritual life of the Christian and sets forth basic issues of theology as a way of life for the follower of Christ. This new edition, released in 2019, features a new cover and a Foreword by Fr John Behr.
The most ancient name for Christianity, Metropolitan Kallistos reminds us, is 'the Way' (cf. Acts 19.23;24.22), and it is precisely as the journey that this word implies that he presents the tradition of Orthodox Christianity, its teachings and its practices. The result is not an abstract presentation of 'Orthodoxy,' an outside look at, or description of, its dogmatics, rituals, and ascetic disciplines, compared to and contrasted with others, but an invitation to enter into the way, to begin the journey—and to do so always, into eternity—into the mystery of God through the living experience of the Orthodox Church.
As Metropolitan Kallistos often points out, just as undertaking a journey into an unfamiliar land or climbing a mountain requires an experienced and knowledgeable guide, so also an experienced and trusted spiritual guide, a mystagogue, is needed for the spiritual journey, to ascend Mount Sinai and encounter the mysterious God in its darkness, and to climb Mount Tabor and behold the mystery of the transfigured Lord, and to be initiated into the mysteries of the Jerusalem above, our Mother, the Church. The Orthodox Way is such a guide, a book that takes the reader into the very mystery of God, and now speaks to us, in a new century and a new edition.
The previous edition was Item No. 006583.
About the Author: Metropolitan Kallistos Ware is a renowned writer, lecturer, and churchman. His works have introduced countless people to the life and traditions of the Orthodox Church, and he has left an indelible mark on contemporary Orthodox thought and history.
Author: Bishop Kallistos Ware
Paperback: 208 pages
Dimensions: 5.5 X 8.5 inches