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This book examines Gregory Palamas’ perspective on light, applying the “metaphysics of light” framework introduced by Clemens Baeumker, and reconceptualizing it to present a new theoretical approach to Palamas’ thought. It delves into how Palamas interprets light, covering its ontological, epistemological, and transformative aspects, which he articulates through the integration of scriptural exegesis and the direct experiences of monastic prayer.
Palamas’ concepts are thoroughly analyzed, from the essence-energy distinction to the possibilities of experiencing the divine through the body in present life. This book situates Palamas’ thought within both its historical context and the broader spectrum of metaphysics, thereby promoting a philosophical understanding.
Inviting readers interested in the intersections of Byzantine theology, philosophy, and metaphysics, this work offers a meticulous study of a system that challenges the conventional limits of corporeality and finitude.
The Emerging Ecclesiology of a Precarious Denomination
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The growth of Global Pentecostalism in the past century has been studied and documented from many perspectives. Its leadership, culture and ecclesiology, however, has received scant academic and theological attention. This book based on an extensive research study of the Assemblies of God of Great Britain (AoG) could not be more timely, conducted as AoG entered its centenery decade and faced the challenges that its historic culture and leadership dynamics posed.

The leadership struggles discussed in this book will resonate with any denomination that has grown or wrestled with polity, leadership and culture.
In: AoG Leadership and Culture
In: AoG Leadership and Culture
In: AoG Leadership and Culture
In: AoG Leadership and Culture
In: AoG Leadership and Culture
In: AoG Leadership and Culture
In: AoG Leadership and Culture
In: AoG Leadership and Culture