(Third Edition, 2015)
[First Edition completed in July 2004; published by Lulu in August 2007; Third Edition (heavily revised), with additional contributions from Eastern Catholic Fr. Daniel Dozier, was completed in July 2015; 335 pages]
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Front cover design by Fr. Daniel Dozier
Back cover design by Chad Toney
Table of Contents
[Third Revised 2015 Edition]
DedicationAdditional Contributor to the Third Revised 2015 EditionPreface to the Third Revised 2015 Edition1. Introduction [read Fr. Deacon Daniel Dozier’s reply and my response online]*2. Reflections on the Sack of Constantinople in 1204 and Lesser-Known Byzantine Atrocities*3. Development of Doctrine in Orthodoxy and Catholicism: Different in Essence?*4. Is Purgatory a “Place” or “Condition” (or Both)?: Misconceptions About the Catholic View*5. Do St. Anselm, St. Thomas Aquinas, and Other Catholic Thinkers Adopt an Unbiblical “Rationalism” Leading to a “Remote” or “Impersonal” God?
6. Theological Opinions on the Papacy Prior to 1054
7. The Filioque and the Eastern Church Fathers
8. Orthodoxy and Divorce
9. Orthodoxy and Contraception
10. Original Sin: Caricatures and Commonalities
11. Theosis / Deification in Western Spirituality
12. Fr. Deacon Daniel Dozier: Catholicism, Orthodoxy, and the Face of Christ
Last revised on 25 September 2020.