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Monasticism in the Orthodox Churches

by Robinson, N. F.

Young Churchman Co. 1916

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Overview

Monasticism in the Orthodox Churches is an introductory exploration to the basic functions (habits), confessions, and ceremonies of monasticism in the various branches of Eastern Orthodoxy. Each aspect is defined and explained within its appropriate historical context. Special emphasis is placed on the “three levels” of Eastern monasticism and how monks progress through each one.

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Key Features

  • Covers all forms of Eastern Orthodox monasticism
  • Details current practices and historical development
  • Presents an additional essay from Nicodemus Hagiortes

Contents

  • Part 1: Introduction to the Study of Modern Hellenic and Slavonic Monasticism
  • Part 2: The Orthodox Profession of Rites
  • Part 3: A Dissertation on the Monastic Habit by Nicodemus Hagiorites
  • Notes

Product Details

  • Title: Monasticism in the Orthodox Churches
  • Author: Nalbro Frazier Robinson
  • Publisher: Young Churchman Co.
  • Publication Date: 1916
  • Pages: 175

About Nalbro Frazier Robinson

Nalbro Frazier Robinson was an Episcopal monastic and a church historian. His work focused on the monastic movement in the Orthodox Church and he was a member of The Society of Saint John the Evangelist.

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