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Orthodox Tradition and Modernism

   
Constantine Cavarnos
Translated from the Greek by Patrick G. Barker

Number V of Monographic Supplement Series

“Great ignorance and confusion exists today among the Orthodox as to what exactly is this thing that is called Tradition, what is the relation of the Orthodox Church to it, and what is that of the heterodox, and whether it is possible for the Orthodox Church to remain faithful to Tradition and at the same time to be 'modernized.' A result of this ignorance and confusion is the confusion and disturbance which exist among the Orthodox, the disregard and disdain for Tradition on the part of many, and the projection of mistaken, dangerous and subversive views. It is urgent, then, that this topic be studied very attentively. Only when this happens, and the correct answers are given and passed on, will it be possible for mutual understanding, unanimity and peace to come about among the Orthodox, and for the great danger, which Orthodoxy faces today from all kinds of plotters against her, to be put off.”
—“I: Introduction”

CONTENTS

About the Author
The Translator
PREFACE TO THE GREEK EDITION
(1971)
ORTHODOX TRADITION AND MODERNISM
   I
   Introduction
   II
   What Sacred Tradition Is
   III
   Tradition and Orthodoxy
   IV
   Tradition, Synods, and Fathers
   V
   About Modernism
   VI
   Modernism In Iconography
   VII
   Modernism In Music
      (1) The Introduction of Four-part Harmony
      (2) The Abolition of Antiphony
      (3) The Organ
   VIII
   Modernism In The Clergy
      (1) The Abolition of the Rason
      (2) Cutting the Hair
      (3) Shaving the Beard
   IX
   Other Kinds Of Modernism
      (1) De-Hellenization
      (2) Ecumenism
EPILOGUE
INDEX OF PROPER NAMES

Item Number: BKM250
Publication Data: Etna, CA: Center for Traditionalist Orthodox Studies, 1992
Format: softcover
Number of Pages: 40
Dimensions (l × w × h): 21.3 cm × 13.8 cm × 0.2 cm

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