Date: Tue Mar 30 1999 - 16:34:55 EST
Rings a bell, but I confess I just don't remember. Not likely to be two
books of the same title, though, and I'm pretty sure of the title; your
library might have it, or maybe it's still in print.
Edgar Krentz wrote:
> >It is not a copy of the translation itself, but I remember a book
> >entitled "[Patriarch?] Jeremias II and the Lutheran Divines" (sorry; I
> >forget the author-- it's been a while) which might also provide some
> >interesting discussion from the standpoint of the Greeks. Jeremias II
> >was deposed for his acceptance of the Lutheran works.
> Was it by chance a Greek Orthodox priest named Mastrantonis? He wrote a
> thesis on this topic at Concordia Seminary in St. Louis many years ago, and
> I think he later published it. First name may have been Georgios.
> Edgar Krentz
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