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Here can only stake out the terrain, indicating significant landmarks rather than give a complete documentation. In the I year of 342 "the first great manifestation of antagonism between the two halves of Christiantiy" 2 took place during the Council of Sardica (now Not Sofia). that the Council 3 was purely Western in composition, as it has sometimes been said, but it remained on the periphery of the two worlds, within the area of Western obedience: at the Council, Latin was spoken, the acts were first drawn up in Latin, but their Greek translator significantly enough, transformed or toned down the implications of the canon which cited Rome as supreme.
Become complete if we were It is possible that On (The question of the Filioque the other hand, we might schism and work towards ever, faithful to what we hold total could to push to the limit the dif- ferences which, explained intelligently, could to reunion. ) movement toward of the wound when- halt the a healing to be the truth, we seek and of thought and then on the level of formulae, an acceptable view which tends towards reunion. Understandably, we cannot risk the choice of deepening find on the level the estrangement instead of achieving a rapprochement and profound unity on the basis of the famous pronouncement of St.
36 The Orthodox Slavs have a for the "rational/* the "Euclidean," as sidering them not contempt, Dostoevsky says, con- distrust, if "extrinsic" or "worldly" (the famous Russian not be entirely fortunate or of posivnesnost'), which may tive value. It is possible that half a century of the Marxist in one bound to the regime will bring Russian Orthodoxy seven centuries of point which we have reached through analysis and rationalism. They road in the continuity and will, spirit of course, cover the of Orthodox tradition, but be brought a little closer to us.