The Reformation of Roman Catholicism, worked by God through Martin Luther in 1517 , is known in most of the Western world. What is largely unknown and neglected outside of Romania, is the Eastern Orthodox Reformation which took place in that country in 1924. The essay attached to this blog briefly presents that event, including the theological implications thereof.
I invite Eastern Orthodox believers from all over the world to read the document and to look at the pictures as an evidence of what took place in the Orthodox Romania. I hope that this is going to bring a time of reflection on the Eastern Church’s theology and evolution. I welcome comments within the limits of Christian ethics and civility.