Cappadocian Legacy: A Critical Appraisal reunites twenty-two articles from fourteen scholars, Australian and international. Most of these contributions resulted from papers presented for the annual St Andrew’s Patristic Symposia 2009-2011, on the Cappadocian fathers. The articles, published after peer review, refer to a wide range of topics pertaining to the Cappadocian saints – from their contributions to theology and spirituality, Christian education and exegesis, to their views on the cosmos and history. These contributions are considered through the lens of their respective works, their place within the broader patristic tradition, and in the light of contemporary scholarship.
About the Editors Doru Costache is Senior Lecturer in Patristics at St Andrew’s Greek Orthodox Theological College, and protopresbyter under the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of Australia. He holds a Doctor of Theology from the University of Bucharest. Philip Kariatlis is Senior Lecturer in Theology at St Andrew’s Greek Orthodox Theological College. He received his Doctor of Theology degree having examined the notion of koinonia in Orthodox ecclesiology as both gift and goal.