Christos Giannaras on the Declaratory and Rational Character of the Logos.

The first meaning of «λόγος» necessarily comes forth from «λέγω», that is, collection, assembly, gathering. We read in Homer: "let us collect (λέγωμεν) the bones of Patroklos Menoitios" [1]. Originally, «λέγω» meant I collect, I gather the partial elements or categorisations into the unity which is indispensable for the manifestation of the existent. Crucially, to… Continue reading Christos Giannaras on the Declaratory and Rational Character of the Logos.

The Ecclesiological Chapters of St Justin Popović, 11–15.

11. The love (ἀγάπη – 1 Cor. 13.1f.), about which the Apostle Paul speaks, is the love of Christ; it the love which the Lord himself named "new love," and the commandment concerning it, a "new commandment." This differs from all other love in our human world. The whole "newness" of this love is found… Continue reading The Ecclesiological Chapters of St Justin Popović, 11–15.

The Ecclesiological Chapters of St Justin Popović, 6–10.

6. For the building (1 Cor. 3.10–11) of the Church of God the Lord Jesus is set as a divinely deep and divinely wide and divinely unbreakable foundation stone. He and he alone, the God-Man, is simultaneously the foundation both of the Universal Church and of the local Church, and of the household Church, and… Continue reading The Ecclesiological Chapters of St Justin Popović, 6–10.