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The Orthodox Dilemma Reviews
« on: May 10, 2016, 01:40:45 AM »
The Orthodox Dilemma, new Pan-Orthodox book from OCP publications have opened to Critical Reviews.

Anyone interested to review the book is eligible to receive  free PDF copies. Please contact -
Your reviews will be published permanently in OCPbooks website and and as featured item on OCP Media Network (the Worlds largest Pan-Orthodox Christian Portal since 2007).

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“A moving book that depicts a passionate plea for a new conciliar approach to unity between all Orthodox Churches”- The Lausanne- Orthodox Initiative (LOI).

“I greatly recommend The Orthodox Dilemma to both the scholar and the novice for one to gain a broader appreciation of the beautiful flavors of unique variety that exists within Orthodox Christianity”- John G. Panagiotou – Touch Stone Magazine ( Also published in American Orthodox Institute and Orthodox Christian Laity.).

“Revelatory and timely, especially in a Period Riddled with Internecine Violence and Religious Tribalism” – Dr. Glenville Ashby – San Francisco Book Review.

“If Orthodoxy ignores Alexander’s concerns for healing inner schisms, it will only be at the cost of the sacred analogy Orthodoxy holds very dear” – Bradley R. Cochran – (

“The ‘Orthodox Dilemma’ deserves high appreciation for reminding the hierarchy about the real need of strengthening the foundation of their acceptance by the people of God together with divinely granted authority being successors of the Holy Apostles “- Fr. Dr. Jossi Jacob- Faculty- Holy Trinity Theological University College – Addis Ababa- Ethiopia

“The Orthodox Dilemma is a passionate & heartfelt plea for Orthodox Churches everywhere, but especially at the local level, to find a personal way – demonstrating basic Christian principles – to get along” – Joel Dennstedt- Readers Favorite.

“The book is written in a personal style, and is refreshing in a sense that it does not split theological hairs, but speaks to the heart of Orthodox Christians.” – Dina Blokland – Hebrew University of Jerusalem.

“The Orthodox Dilemma is a clearly focused, prophetically articulated and uniquely challenging book.” Fr. Dr. Jacob Kurien – Theologian, Author, Academician and former Principal of the Orthodox Theological Seminary (India).

“The ‘Orthodox Dilemma’ echoes innocent and rightful questions on the unity of the One, Holy, Catholic & Apostolic Church of Jesus Christ and gives mature reflections, suggestions and an honest call for global Pan-orthodox Christian conciliar unity” – Dr. Wa’el Adnan Jabbour – Faithful of the Greek Orthodox Patriarchate of Antioch & All-East (Latakia- Syria).

“Enthusiastic and Sincere Quest on Orthodox Christian Unity” – Fr Thomas Ninan- M. Th. Priest of the Indian Orthodox Malankara Church.

“All in all, a very enjoyable and important read, I highly recommend it” – John Tsambazis – Award Winning Executive Producer at Clapstick Pictures.

“This book is a much-needed piece in the broader “puzzle” which will help to make our struggle for Orthodox Unity become a reality” – Joslyn Ramey, Orthodox Writer, Photography, and travel Expert.

“This book is an exciting introduction to the amazing attempts made by a committed Orthodox Christian for the unity of the Orthodox churches” – John Kunnathu – Orthodox Author and Academician.

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Re: The Orthodox Dilemma Reviews
« Reply #1 on: May 10, 2016, 02:10:21 AM »

Feel free to post this info on this Facebook page I started a while back:

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Re: The Orthodox Dilemma Reviews
« Reply #2 on: May 10, 2016, 10:12:52 AM »
John Kunnathu – Orthodox Author and Academician.[/i]

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