St Andrew's Patristic Symposium 2009

St Basil the Great: History, Theology and Perennial Significance

Convened by:

The Very Rev. Dr Doru Costache and Dr Philip Kariatlis

Select papers from theSymposium were published as peer reviewed journal articles in Phronema 25 (2010). This edition of Phronema was edited by the Symposium's convenors, and its contents can be viewed here.




2 Sep 2009

His Eminence Archbishop STYLIANOS of Australia

Opening Remarks (32mins)

Dr John A.L. Lee FAHA

Why Didn't St Basil Write in New Testament Greek? (49mins)

9 Sep 2009

Rev. Dr Doru Costache

Elements of the Christian Worldview in Works by, and Attributed to, St Basil (37mins)

Dr James Athanasou

A Psychology of Humility in the Letters of St Basil (38mins)

16 Sep 2009

Dr Ken Parry (delivered by Mr Dimitri Kepreotes)

The Iconography of St Basil (32mins)

Slide Presentation (5MB)

Mr Mario Baghos

St Basil's View of the End Times (32mins)

23 Sep 2009

Rev. Gerasimos Koutsouras

The Value of Psalmody in Church Worship According to St Basil (38mins)

Rev. Alan Galt

Pastoral Care in St Basil (45mins)

30 Sep 2009

Mr Dimitri Kepreotes

St Basil as Educator: Implications of the Address to Youth (43mins)

Mr Anthony Papantoniou

The Christology of St Basil (49mins)

7 Oct 2009

Dr Philip Kariatlis

St Basil's Contribution to the Trinitarian Doctrine (50mins)

Panel Discussion (39mins)