I'll assume in this post that the Bp. Chrysostomos you are thinking of is the same one that Anastasios mentioned. If that is the case, then that fellow's writings used to be the majority of the content on Orthodoxinfo.com, so many people might be familiar with his writings though not remember his name. He always struck me as very intelligent and learned, but also cold and condescending. One of the things that put me off with him was that it was common for him to complain early in a writing how others used pejoratives and were generally just being mean, and then he would do the exact same thing later on in the same writing. He also seemed to have a very unrealistic and romanticised notion of Orthodox praxis. Before my first visit to an Orthodox parish I had been reading a lot of stuff online, and my general perception of what to expect was derived primarily from his writings. Boy did I get the suprise of my life! Only later did I learn that very few parishes, if any (for long) abided by all the "proper" Orthodox practices, as given by Archbp. Chrysostomos. On the other hand, he's written some very good and balanced books (as opposed to articles and letters, where he is less guarded and speaks more freely). His book Scripture and Tradition (co-written with Bp. Auxentios), while coming in at less than 100 pages, is nonetheless the best introduction to the Orthodox view of the Scriptures that I've read yet. And at $6 at Amazon.com, you can get it at a good price.