In this sweeping course on Orthodox dogmatic theology, the author traces the Church’s history from her Old Testament roots to the present. In his enduring devotion to the Orthodox understanding of the work of Christ and the Holy Spirit as "the two hands of the Father," author Fr Boris Bobrinskoy brings his considerable knowledge and experience to bear in witnessing to the One, Holy, Catholic, and Apostolic Church as the instrument of God's saving grace for all mankind. This work has an uncommon balance of exacting scholarship, spiritual depth, and accessibility from which readers at every level are bound to reap great benefit.
About the Author: Fr Boris Bobrinskoy, one of the towering figures of 20th-century Orthodox theology, recently retired from St Sergius Institute in Paris and as rector of the Church of the Holy Trinity in Paris.
About the Translator: Michael Breck is a translator and publisher focused on theological texts. He resides near Charleston, SC, where he directs a collaborative publishing venture.