IPSEC Newsletter (ISSN 2473-9146) disseminates information about our activity; selected information about the activities conducted by our partners and similar organizations, and selected news about conflicts affecting the daily existence of Orthodox Christians around the world. We welcome your queries, submissions, and suggestions. Please direct all correspondence to Newsletter@OrthodoxPeace.org.
IPSEC Books series includes monographs and edited volumes reflecting the activity of IPSEC and of its partners.
IPSEC books include the following:
Religion and Politics: Emperor Constantine, Orthodox Church and Freedom
Editors: Marian Gh. Simion, Cristian Sonea
This volume is a collection of papers on Orthodox Christian perspectives on faith, politics, and freedom. The papers were presented during an international symposium dedicated to Saints Constantine and Helen which was organized and hosted by the Faculty of Orthodox Theology of “Babeș-Bolyai” University from Cluj-Napoca, Romania. (read excerpts)
Fear Not: Biblical Calls for Faith
Author: Raymond G. Helmick, SJ
This is a tightly argued exegetical study of divine promise and encouragement. Across a range of historical, literary, and ritual contexts, the author explores a key covenantal formula of God’s faithfulness, drawing out a message of hope that is both powerful and timely. (read excerpts)
Just Peace: Orthodox Perspectives
Editors: Semegnish Asfaw, Alexios Chehadeh, Marian Gh. Simion
Despite their largely pacifist origins, Christianity and Christian traditions can claim only limited success in their efforts to conciliate conflict, avoid violence, and stop war. The eminent contributors to this deeply reflective book believe it is time to look to the East, to the very different perspectives among Orthodox Christians, on issues of war and the justice that must undergird peace. (read excerpts)
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