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Against False Union: Humble thoughts of an Orthodox Christian concerning the attempts for union of the One, Holy, Catholic, and Apostolic Church with the so-called Churches of the West.

Alexander Kalomiros
With a Prologue by Photios Kontoglou
Translated from the Greek by George Gabriel

“From the time of its first appearance in 1967, Alexander Kalomiros’ Against False Union has been widely acclaimed. Orthodox and non-Orthodox alike have made reference to it, quoting especially from its chapters on ecclesiology, salvation, and the participation of the Orthodox Catholic Church in the ‘World Council of Churches.’ We now offer a fourth printing of this timely and enlightening publication with a revised Appendix. In these days, when ‘because of the abounding of iniquity the love of many hath grown cold,’ we pray that this book will continue to be a source of inspiration, edification, and guidance unto salvation for pious and Orthodox Christians, as well as for those who are not of the Orthodox Faith. Amen. So be it.”


   Preface to the First Edition
   I. Peace Without Truth
   II. There Has Been No Severance
   III. Offering, Not Discussion
   IV. Salvation from the World
   V. Antichrist
   VI. The Mystery of Iniquity
   VII. Union of Religions
   VIII. A Glance into the Past
   IX. The Old Calendar Question
   X. The Unraveling
   XI. God Is Not Mocked
   XII. The Infallible Criterion
   XIII. Hidden but Living
   XIV. The Ark
   XV. The Masks
   XVI. Contemporary Idolatry
   XVII. With the Cross as Banner
   XVIII. The Way to Knowledge
   XIX. The School of the West
   XX. Fearful Mysteries
   XXI. The Light
   XXII. Salvation
   XXIII. A Great Chasm
   XXIV. The Falling Away
   XXV. The Summit of the Tower
   XXVI. Civilization
   XXVII. The Difficult Way
   XXVIII. Ecclesiology
   XXIX. Pseudo-bishops
   XXX. At the End of Time
   XXXI. The Sign of the Coming
   XXXII. Perilous Times Shall Come
   XXXIII. The New Jerusalem
   Is the Papacy a Church?
   Tome on Baptism
   Proclamation of the Holy Mountain Athos
   Letter of Metropolitan Philaret
   Judged by Their Own Words
   A Question of Integrity
   The Form of Holy Baptism
   New Age Bishops
   Encyclical Concerning the Thessalonica Meeting

Item Number: BKNP326
Publication Data: Seattle, WA: St. Nectarios Press, 2000
Format: softcover
Number of Pages: xviii + 185
Dimensions (l × w × h): 20.3 cm × 14.0 cm × 1.4 cm
Additional Information: two-color printing, black-and-white illustrations
ISBN: 0‒913026‒49‒2

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