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Orthodox Ecclesiology

Preliminary Remarks

 

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Rev Dr George Dragas

Fr George D Dragas

The author of this article, Rev. Dr. George Dragas, is one of the Full Time Faculty members at HOLY CROSS Greek Orthodox Theological School in Brookline, Massachusetts. Fr. George Dion Dragas taught Patristics and Orthodox Theology at Durham University in England (1974-1995) and directed tens of graduate students in academic research (Master and PhD programs). In 1995 he came to Holy Cross as Dean and Professor of Patristics and Church History. He also served as Acting-President of Holy Cross and Ecumenical Officer of the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America. At present he is also Visiting Professor at the Faculty of Theology of Balamand University, Lebanon, Sherbrooke Université and Laval Université in Quebec-Canada where he teaches Master and Doctoral courses in Orthodox Theology and directs Doctoral students. He is a specialist on the Fathers of the Church (Early and Byzantine) and particularly on St. Athanasius and St. Cyril and has been responsible for updating with critical introductions the Athens reprint of Migne's Patrologia Graeca (nearly complete). He is a life member of the Academie Internationale des Sciences Religieuses (Brussels) and has been involved in Ecumenical Dialogues for many years as representative of the Ecumenical Patriarchate of Constantinople, the Patriarchate of Antioch and the Patriarchate of Jerusalem: in the WCC (Faith and Order) and in Orthodox/Anglican, Orthodox/Reformed, Eastern/Oriental, Orthodox/Methodist, Orthodox/Lutheran and Muslim/Christian Dialogues.

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