Greece’s Dostoevsky

A long time in coming and worth the wait!

Advance word:

“What a book! As I devoured…Greece’s Dostoevsky: The Theological Vision of Alexandros Papadiamandis…I realized that I was ‘dog-earing’ the entire manuscript! Thank you for introducing me to Alexandros Papadiamandis, to his world and to the characters who populated that world…”

— Bishop BASIL
, Antiochian Archdiocese of North America

“Dr. Keselopoulos’s work on Papadiamandis is a truly masterful presentation of the Orthodox ethos, and of the spiritual freedom engendered by it. This is a work in which subject and author emerge as bearers of the Orthodox ‘eucharistic’ tradition. Encompassing such wide-ranging themes as the role of liturgy, clergy-laity relations, the monastic and married ways of life, the Typicon, liturgical language, art, and music, Greece’s Dostoevsky: The Theological Vision of Alexandros Papadiamandis is both fascinating and deeply instructive, and as such is certain to benefit theologians and laypersons alike.”

Dr. Christopher Veniamin, Professor of Patristics, St. Tikhon’s Seminary

“This is an excellent contribution on the philosophy-theology of Papadiamandis…. The translation and the documentation are very good.”

— Dr. Constantine Cavarnos, 
Institute for Byzantine and Modern Greek Studies

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