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Father Emilian Vasilescu, Christian apologist and historian of religions

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Emilian Vasilescu is not a simple historian of religions, who proposes an axiological equalization and homologation of all religions, but remains and expresses himself predominantly as an Orthodox theologian; it by no means denies the value of non-Christian religions, but confesses and defends the supreme and ultimate Truth in Jesus Christ. Through everything he wrote and published, Emilian Vasilescu managed to develop a theology of religions (theologia religionum), clearly highlighting the differences between Christianity and other religions and, at the same time, challenging the idea of ​​equality of all religions and alleged assumptions that underlying them were common influences, loans, and sources. [...]

Open to dialogue with other religions, Emilian Vasilescu remains faithful to Christianity and, especially to Orthodoxy, avoiding any kind of relativism or religious syncretism...

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Emilian Vasilescu is not a simple historian of religions, who proposes an axiological equalization and homologation of all religions, but remains and expresses himself predominantly as an Orthodox theologian; it by no means denies the value of non-Christian religions, but confesses and defends the supreme and ultimate Truth in Jesus Christ. Through everything he wrote and published, Emilian Vasilescu managed to develop a theology of religions (theologia religionum), clearly highlighting the differences between Christianity and other religions and, at the same time, challenging the idea of ​​equality of all religions and alleged assumptions that underlying them were common influences, loans, and sources. [...]

Open to dialogue with other religions, Emilian Vasilescu remains faithful to Christianity and, especially to Orthodoxy, avoiding any kind of relativism or religious syncretism, without ignoring what is most important in any dialogue, namely love. Christian love must make the Christian partner aware that the emphasis must not only be on his own religious heritage and testimony in this regard, but also on understanding the "other," as he perceives himself, and not necessarily as we view him. from our own perspective.

Prof. Dr. pr. Nicolae Achimescu

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Collection: 
Episteme
Publishing date: 
2017
Pages: 
532
ISBN: 
978-606-666-606-0
Cover type: 
broșată
Format: 
16,5 x 23 cm
Color: 
monocrom

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