Being as Communion by John Zizizoulas

I’ve started reading Being as Communion by John Zizizoulas. It’s an Eastern Orthodox book on theology that I’ve heard is very good. Has anyone else read it? What were your thoughts?

I’ve read it and enjoyed it a great deal.

That’s great. What did you like in particular about it?

It is a good book, but I caution you that his personalist interpretation of the distinction between nature and hypostasis has generated a good deal of controversy.

BTW, it is Metropolitan John Zizizoulas :slight_smile:

My bad prodromos.

Oh, I was only pointing it out because he seems to rarely be referred to as a bishop. Even if you do a search on google you would be hard pressed to determine whether or not he was clergy. Its all good :slight_smile:

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