Orthodox Christian Meetings
by Michael T. McKibben
St. Ignatius of Antioch Press, 1990
158 pp., $9.95
reviewed by Ted Bobosh
Michael McKibben opens up a new field of study for the Orthodox—holy administration. His book is one of the first which aims at bridging the gap between the practices of twentieth-century America and the faith of the ancient Orthodox church.
McKibben himself is one of the Evangelical Christians who converted to Orthodoxy in the Evangelical Orthodox Mission. As an Orthodox, he has a love for trinitarian thinking. As an Evangelical he has a desire to share the fullness of the Orthodox message with the world. As a business management consultant, he understands the importanc . . .
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