Metropolitan John Zizioulas: Unity and Diversity in the Early Church
October 24, 2011 Length: 43:50Dr. Eve Tibbs, dean of St. Katherine College and professor of theology, weaves together accounts of the early Christian church, the doctrine of the Trinity, and the thought of Met. John Zizioulas—especially his teaching that unity and diversity exist together as communion—to provide an explanation of how the Orthodox church has maintained its ecclesial unity in the face of forces that would divide its members from each other.
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