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One of the most interesting and rewarding books I've seen in a while on the development of Christological doctrine is written by the Melkite Greek Catholic theologian Khaled Anatolios, whom I interview here:
http://easternchristianbooks.blogspot.com/2011/09/author-interview-khaled-anatolios.html

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It is on my list, Adam.

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Thanks! Looks very interesting!

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He has three books published now, and all available as eBooks!

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Thanks for pointing this out, Adam.

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Do you have links to the ebooks?

Thanks!

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This link lists all the books he has written, or those, in which he played a part. You will notice the three recent publications on Nicaea and Athanasius: Khaled Anatolios at Amazon .


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