Fr. Thomas Hopko

Fr. Thomas Hopko will be speaking at my parish, St. Nicholas Orthodox Church, in Saint Louis, MO on April 21st. The Seminar sponsored by Orthodox Witness runs from 8am on Saturday to 3pm. The topic is, “Why A Crucified Messiah?”

Seminar includes continental breakfast and lunch. The seminar ends with Vespers at 2:30pm.

 Pre-Registration fee is $10 and $8 for students. Walk in Registration is $12 and $10 for students. Free parking is available at the Barnes Jewish Hospital parking on Laclede Ave validated in the Church.

Send funds and inquiries to:

Katherine Sharos

204 Grand Banks Ct.

Chesterfield, MO 63017

or call 314 579 9151

If you have any specific questions, feel free to email Perry Robinson (that’s me) and I will direct you accordingly. I will be attending myself so if there are any Energetic Procession readers planning on going that would like to hook up and chat, please let me know. There are a number of suitable places to chat after the seminar. Besides, St. Nicholas is pretty church.

11 Responses to Fr. Thomas Hopko

  1. Asher Black says:

    Not to post this repeatedly in too many topics, but since several people here are directly asking, you can get a copy of it now at http://www.filioque.com

  2. David Richards says:

    I too would like a copy of God, History, and Dialectic.

  3. I would like a copy of Farrel’s books!!!

  4. Cosmo says:

    Jason, it was actually from St. Philip’s.

  5. AH says:

    I would gladly pay big $ for GHD! As a matter of fact I would Pay just for a photo copy..ahem.

  6. I would love to get “Free Choice” and “GHD.”

    God bless,
    Todd

    P.S. – Nice hardcover copies of both would be great. 🙂

  7. Jason Loh says:

    Cosmo, was it from Blackwells? I ordered mine from Blackwells …

    Daniel, OK. But err, I’m pretty sure that many on this blog would like Dr. Farrell to have it published. I mean there’s plenty of literature on christology, filioque etc. but very few in systematic and integrated fashion on the philosophical and theological basis and implications of Orthodoxy in relation to the West, and coming from Dr. Farrell whose Free Choice is also a timeless classic and rare work in its own right …

  8. Cosmo says:

    I gladly paid $62 for Free Choice in Maximus plus shipping from England, and I would do the same for GHD if I had to.

    Where is Farrell teaching now?

  9. Jason,

    It is unobtainable, at least until Dr. Farrell decides to publish the work. The only people who have working copies are his grad seminar students and a few friends.

    Perhaps it would be in the interest of readers of this blog and for Dr. Farrell himself to run a poll on those hard to obtain works of Dr. Farrell. How many people would be interested in obtaining such works like “Free Choice” and “GHD?”

    Photios

  10. Jason Loh says:

    Perry/Daniel,

    How do I get hold of Dr. Joseph Farrell’s God, History, and Dialectic: The Theological Foundations of the Two Europes and Their Cultural Consequences, since it’s not available from Amazon or any others? Can I contact St. Tikhon? Is that where Dr. Farrell is right now?

    Thanks.

  11. Joseph says:

    Perry,

    You cannot access the parish photos on your church’s website, so I guess we will have to take your word on it. By the way, you left the “a” out of the last sentence.

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