Emmanual Clapsis


 Emmanual Clapsis

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Professor of Dogmatic Theology, Holy Cross Greek Orthodox School of Theology

B.A., Hellenic College,
M.Div., Holy Cross Greek Orthodox School of Theology,
S.T.M., Union Theological Seminary of New York,
M.Ph., Union Theological Seminary of New York,

Fr. Emmanuel Clapsis has taught at Holy Cross Greek Orthodox School of Theology since 1985 specializing in Dogmatic Theology and also teaching courses that relate Orthodox theology to modern and post modern sensibilities. He became tenure professor of Systematic Theology in 2003.

His main academic interests include Ecclesiology, Ecumenism, the public presence and witness of Orthodoxy in pluralistic world, Globalization and Religion, Pneumatology, Anthropology, Suffering and Hope, Spiritual life and Prophetic witness. His theological interests are reflected in his published book: Orthodoxy in the New World (Thessaloniki: Pournaras); Orthodoxy in Conversation: Orthodox Ecumenical Engagements (Holy Cross Press/WCC Publications, 20000 and the books that he edited: The Orthodox Churches in a Pluralistic World (WCC Publications, 2004) and Violence and Christian Spirituality (WCC Publications, 2007). He has published numerous articles on his academic interests and some of them have been translated in French, German, Russian, and Italian and Greek. Currently, He is writing a book on the Holy Spirit focusing on its universal presence.

Areas of Interest

Ecclesiology; EcumenismThe public presence and witness of Orthodoxy in pluralistic world



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