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The Contribution of the Orthodox Ecumenists to the Interfaith Venture and Their Responsibility for It

by Hieromonk Klemes Agiokyprianites
Translated by Archbishop Chrysostomos of Etna and Hieromonk Patapios

Number V of Contributions to a Theology of Anti–Ecumenism

“The primary goal of[...this book...]is to make it fully understood that the ecumenical movement consistently treads its own course, with the result that it will end up becoming a pan–religious movement. Such a result is unavoidable, because it is inherent in the very system of ecumenism. This end is to be expected without fail, since it is the ‘entelechy’ of the secularized pan–Christian movement, which naturally leads to its ‘consummation,’ to a non–Christian future. In the midst of the confusion that prevails on account of ecumenism, any sense of the difference between Christianity and other religions has been so dulled, that we have reached the astonishing point—indeed, perhaps the ultimate point—of offering the Eucharist even to non–Christians, as one distinguished ecumenist has admitted! The contribution of the Orthodox ecumenists to this apostasy, then, is self–evident, and their responsibility is tremendous for all that is happening and being reported in this regard[...].”
—“1. Towards a Non–Christian Future”


I. The Contribution of the Orthodox Ecumenists to the Interfaith Venture and Their Responsibility for It
   1. Towards a Non–Christian Future
   2. The “Third Temptation”
   3. The Journey Towards the Interfaith Venture
   4. The Architect of Interfaith Dialogue
   5. Undermining by the Orthodox Ecumenists
   6. Dialogue—Immersion—Intersecting Circles
II. The Interfaith Outlook of Patriarch Bartholomew
   1. Interfaith Dialogue “Leads to Interfaith Syncretism”
   2. A Leader in Interfaith Dialogue
   3. His Trip to the USA in 1997
III. Paving the Way for a “World Religion”
   1. A Double Failure: Before the Great Religions of the World and Before Secularism
   2. “Basic Religion” and the “Common Front of All Religions”
   3. “Basic Religious Values”
   4. Towards a “World Religion”
IV. Ecology and Religion
   1. The Beguilement of Religious Psychology
   2. An Ecological Morality
   3. Coöperation on the Part of Religions
   4. The Logic and Language of Religious Ecology
   5. Particularly Distressing: The Participation of Orthodoxy
   6. More to the Point: Preservation of the Conduct or Praxis of Orthodoxy with Regard to Material Things and the World

Item Number: BKM362
Publication Data: Etna, CA: Center for Traditionalist Orthodox Studies, 2000
Format: softcover
Number of Pages: 95
Dimensions (l × w × h): 19.7 cm × 12.1 cm × 0.5 cm
Additional Information: black-and-white illustrations
ISBN: 0‒911165‒45‒2

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