A dialog between a westerner and an easterner can be reminiscent of a first contact scene between two alien civilizations from a typical science fiction movie. Premises that underlie either intellectual world are poised in defiance of any cultural intuition. We are confused and have a difficult time understanding one another. “Divine Energy in Orthodox Liturgy” is a journey into the single most concentrated locus of Eastern thought, the Byzantine Liturgy, in which you will discover the heart of pure Eastern mysticism in its vibrant Christian forms. On this journey, you will gain the ability to better understand and appreciate both historic Christianity and Eastern thought as a whole.
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Dima Kotik is a historian on a quest to inspire others to reinvest their lives into efforts that last. He challenges his readers to find meaning and identity in Christ by reflecting on the past, and to discover a new sense of purpose and significance in continuing Christ’s legacy. Dima challenges conventional practices and thought patterns with fresh and daring insights honed in thoughtful exploration of history. Dima studied Church history and theology at Moody Bible Institute in Chicago and Dallas Theological Seminary. He is especially interested in history of missiology, mysticism, and military technology. In his spare time, he enjoys writing software and practicing martial arts, and, like all Russians, sometimes he dances sitting down.
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