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The Collected Works, Volume I: The Inner Kingdom

   
by Bishop Kallistos Ware

Volume I of The Collected Works

“The articles contained in this volume were written over a period of thirty years, for widely differing audiences; but they all relate, in one way or another, to this theme of the inner Kingdom. I speak here about the repentance or ‘change of mind’ with which we begin the journey inwards (chapter 3), about the sense of wonder and silence which mark our prayer as we explore the Kingdom that is within (chapters 4-7), about the companionship of the spiritual guide as we embark on our ascent (chapter 9), about the martyr and the fool in Christ as privileged witnesses to the Kingdom that is not of this world (chapters 8 and 10), about time as a sacrament of the eternity that is the mark of this inner Kingdom (chapter 11). And, since the inner Kingdom and the Kingdom of the Age to come are one and the same, I speak also of death, resurrection, and the possibility of a final and all-embracing reconciliation (chapters 2 and 12). On a somewhat different note, I have included at the beginning an account of how I came to enter the Orthodox Church.”
—“FOREWORD”

CONTENTS

   Abbreviations
   Foreword
1 Strange Yet Familiar: My Journey to the Orthodox Church
2 “Go Joyfully”: The Mystery Death and Resurrection
3 The Orthodox Experience of Repentance
4 The Theology of Worship
5 A Sense of Wonder
6 Pray Without Ceasing: The Ideal of Continual Prayer in Eastern Monasticism
7 Silence in Prayer: The Meaning of Hesychia
8 The Seed of the Church: Martyrdom as a Universal Vocation
9 The Spiritual Guide in Orthodox Christianity
10 The Fool in Christ as Prophet and Apostle
11 Time: Prison or Path to Freedom?
12 Dare We Hope for the Salvation of All?
   Bibliographical Note
   Index
   Part 1: Persons
   Part 2: Subjects

Item Number: BKV572
Publication Data: Crestwood, NY: St Vladimir’s Seminary Press, 2004
Format: softcover
Number of Pages: xii + 230
Dimensions (l × w × h): 22.8 cm × 15.2 cm × 1.8 cm
ISBN: 0‒88141‒209‒0

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