Thursday, March 10, 2016

Orthodox Outlook is back

Orthodox Outlook, an Orthodox magazine published in English in Britain, has resumed its publications. It had stopped its publication in 2003. However, it is safe to say that many did miss it, since there are not many journals in Britain which examine Orthodox themes – two important journals published in the UK would be Sobornost (Fellowship of St Alban and St Sergius), Koinonia (Anglican and Eastern Churches Association).


During a recent meeting of the Anglican and Eastern Churches Association with Orthodox hierarchs of Britain at the House of Lords, the Bishop of London, The Rt Revd and Rt Hon Dr Richard Chartres explained that it is reissuing of the Orthodox Outlook is important for Orthodoxy in Britain.
This new period in the life of this journal is led again by Fr Stephen Maxfield. This first issue includes theological, ecclesiological themes, church news, book reviews, educational material, even details for fasting foods.
Let us wish that this will have a prosperous run, educating the Orthodox in this country, whilst also becoming a great source for even non-Orthodox who are interested in the life and theology of Orthodox.[1] 
For more information please see here: http://www.orthodoxoutlook.co.uk/



[1] For details for Orthodox Outlook in Greek see: http://anastasiosds.blogspot.co.uk/2016/03/orthodox-outlook.html

1 comment:

  1. So glad to see that Orthodox Outlook, which I contributed to 2O years ago, is back. Best wishes. Evangelos Perry.

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