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It's been some days since Volos Academy for Theological Studies created an Instagram account. It publishes short texts of theological interest and relative images. This way, Volos Academy pursues a stronger connection of its theological research with our (digital) everyday life, a better dissemination of theological reasoning beyond the academic sphere, and also a spreading of the visual aspects of church life, and, last not least, the development of dialogue on the various issues that emerge daily, related to theological, religious and broader spiritual topics.

The web address is https://www.instagram.com/volosacademytheologicalstudies/ 

 
If you use Instagram, "follow" the Academy in order to stay in touch with its uploads.

 

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The restrictions imposed upon our movements this year, in order to prevent the spread of Covid-19, made us search for substitutes for the services of the Holy Week; sound recordings, photographs, videotapes. Live streaming from churches has become the latest craze. For sure, no recording or transmission is equivalent to the actual temple worship, but the current situation provides an opportunity for thinking back on what we have experienced in the churches the previous years.

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Dear friends of the Volos Academy for Theological Studies,

We would like to inform you that due to the CODIV-19 pandemic outbreak, all events, seminars, round tables, lectures, book presentations, and predominantly the forthcoming International conference on the general theme: “Orthodox Constructions of the East”, organized by the Volos Academy for Theological Studies in cooperation with the Orthodox Christian Studies Center, Fordham University (New York), the Sankt Ignatios Orthodox Theological

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In the aftermath of the Conference “Politics, Society and Culture in Orthodox Theology in a Global Age”, on Wednesday, February 12, Fadi Nasr from Lebanon had a meeting with members of the Youth Association of the Holy Metropolis of Demetrias, and presented the activities of the Orthodox Youth Movement of the Church of Antioch, of which he is currently General Secretary. The presentation was followed by a short discussion with the members of the local Association.

The Orthodox Youth Movement

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The Conference “Politics, Society and Culture in Orthodox Theology in a Global Age” took place in Volos, Greece, between February 6 and 9, 2020. The Conference was organized by the Volos Academy for Theological Studies, the Faculty of Evangelical Theology and the Cluster of Excellence “Politics and Religion” of the Muenster University (Germany), in collaboration with the Huffington Ecumenical Institute (California).

The Conference brought together 23 scholars from 15 countries, who discussed

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With the Participation of the Volos Academy for Theological Studies

January 10, 2020, Brussels (Belgium)

On Friday, January 10, the Kick-off meeting of the representatives of the educational and academic organizations and institutions participating in the European program - EDUC8 took place in Brussels (Belgium).

EDU-8 is an interdisciplinary multicultural program organized thanks to the initiative of the non-profit European organization for peace and security “Beyond the Horizon,” aimed at

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An interesting conference with 32 participating scholars from 15 countries (Greece, Germany, Bulgaria, Ukraine, Romania, Netherlands, Ireland, USA, Croatia, Canada, Lebanon, India, United Kingdom, Czech Republic, Italy) will be held at the end of this week (Thursday, February 6 to Sunday, February 9) at the Conference Center “Thessalia” of the Holy Metropolis of Demetrias in Volos, Greece. The conference is entitled "Politics, Society and Culture in Orthodox Theology in a Global Age" and is