As we see in volume 4 and the others that constitute his Dogmatic Theology, Fr. Staniloae is both steeped in the ancient tradition and conversant with his contemporaries...The result in the present volume is a theological work focusing on the Church that draws on the voices of his tradition, studies the reflections of h is contemporaries, and constructs a "traditional" synthesis that is unique and fresh. Fr. Staniloae's work is characterized by that dual fidelity - to the past and to the present - that is the requirement of any theologian of any era. But it is infused by a sense of inspiration that is difficult to find in any modern theological writing. Fr. Staniloae's readers are encountering a voice that is thoroughly reliable in that it is so learned and faithful. But it is a deeply person voice - creative and stunningly, disarmingly free. - Peter C. Bouteneff, St. Vladimir's Orthodox Theological Seminary
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