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The Dramatic Crisis in the Ecumenical Movement and the Awakening of Orthodox Anti-Ecumenism
Number VI of Contributions to a Theology of Anti-Ecumenism

by Archimandrite Cyprian Agiokyprianites
Translated by Archbishop Chrysostomos of Etna and Hieromonk Patapios

ISBN 0–911165–47–9
161 pp.

In this superbly documented book, Father Cyprian summarizes the latest developments in the ecumenical movement and the rising tide of opposition to ecumenism among the local Orthodox Churches. Also included are in-depth analyses of the 1998 Inter-Orthodox Summit in Thessaloniki and of the Eighth General Assembly of the World Council of Churches in Harare, Zimbabwe (December 1998).

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About the Author
The Most Reverend Cyprian, a brother of the Holy Monastery of Sts. Cyprian and Justina, where he completed his monastic and theological training, holds the Licentiate in Orthodox Theological Studies from the C.T.O.S. Having became Titular Bishop of Oreoi, he was subsequently elected Metropolitan of Oropos and Phyle.
About the Translators
The Most Reverend Dr. Chrysostomos is a Senior Scholar at the C.T.O.S. He completed his studies in history (with a concentration in Byzantine historical theology) at the University of California, the Licentiate in Theology at the C.T.O.S., and his graduate study in psychology at Princeton University. He has held professorial posts at the University of California, Ashland Theological Seminary, and Ashland University and visiting professorships at the Theological Institute of Uppsala University (Sweden) and, as a Fulbright Scholar in Romania, at the University of Bucharest, the Alexandru I. Cuza University of Iaşi, and the Ion Mincu University of Architecture and Urbanism. His Eminence is also former Executive Director of the United States Fulbright Commission in Romania.

Hieromonk Patapios, Academic Director of the C.T.O.S., holds the honors B.A. from Cambridge University, the Licentiate in Orthodox Theological Studies from the C.T.O.S., graduate degrees from the Pennsylvania State University and the University of Pittsburgh, and the Doctor of Theology degree in Patristics from the Graduate Theological Union, Berkeley.