Ten years after his death, Olivier Clément remains one of the most famous, appreciated, and read Orthodox theologians in the world. First an atheist, and a historian, theologian, essayist, and poet, he was also a great actor in the ecumenical dialogue, and a commentator on the life of the world.
His work, thirty books and more than 200 articles in journals and collective works, deals with multiple theological fields. A man of synthesis, a talented and creative interpreter of the Church tradition, he worked at making it understandable and beautiful in the context of post-modern society.
Welcoming contributions by teachers of Saint-Sergius Institute and by Roman Catholic, Protestant, and Orthodox speakers, this symposium would like to delve deeper into some major themes developed in Olivier Clément’s writings.
With the participation of: Father Nicolas Cernokrak (Paris), Father Marc-Antoine Costa of Beauregard (Paris), Barbara Hallensleben (Freiburg), Jeremy Ingpen (New York), Pantelis Kalaitzidis (Volos), Agnes von Kirchbach (Paris), Olga Lossky-Laham (Aberdeen), Daniel Lossky (Brussels), Emmanuel Pisani (Paris), Jean-Claude Polet (Brussels), Andrea Riccardi (Rome), Brother Richard (Taizé), Goran Sekulovski (Paris), Cyrille Sollogoub (Paris), Michel Stavrou (Paris), Bertrand Vergely (Paris), Tatiana Victoroff (Strasbourg).
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