Demetrios Constantelos
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Demetrios Constantelos

Demetrios J. Constantelos (July 27, 1927 - January 10, 2017) was a researcher in Byzantology and a professor emeritus of history and religious studies at Stockton University, Pomona, NJ. He was born in Spilia, Messenia, Greece. He was ordained a priest of the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America in 1955[1] and earned a PhD in Byzantine Civilization at Rutgers University in 1965.[2]

He died on 10 January 2017, at the age of 89.[3]

Publications

Publications by Demetrios Constantelos include:

  • Christian Faith And Cultural Heritage : Essays from a Greek Orthodox Perspective
  • Renewing the Church : The Significance of the Council in Trullo
  • Paideia : Addresses to Young People
  • The Complete Works of His Eminence Archbishop Iakovos, Primate of North and South America 1959-1996
  • The Torchbearer : Encyclicals Spiritual and Ecclesiastical Subjects, Administration, Education, Culture
  • Understanding the Greek Orthodox Church : Its Faith, History and Life
  • Christian Hellenism, Volume Three : Essays and Studies in Continuity and Change
  • The Greeks, Their Heritage, and Its Value Today
  • Poverty, Society and Philanthropy in the Late Mediaeval Greek World
  • Byzantine Philanthropy and Social Welfare
  • Religious-Philosophical Issues and Interreligious Dialogues in the Orthodox Church Since World War II
  • Orthodox Theology and Diakonia : Trends and Prospects Essays in Honor of His Eminence Archbishop Iakovos on the Occasion of His Seventieth Birthday
  • Christian Hellenism: Essays and Studies in Continuity and Change (Hellenism: Ancient, Mediaeval Modern, 13) by Demetrios J. Constantelos ISBN 0-89241-588-6

References

  1. ^ "Fr. Demetrios Constantelos". Greek Orthodox Retired Clergy Association. Archived from the original on November 2, 2019.
  2. ^ [1] Archived September 29, 2007, at the Wayback Machine
  3. ^ "Rev. Dr. Demetrios J. Constantelos Fell Asleep in the Lord". Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America. January 13, 2017. Archived from the original on May 24, 2017.

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