How is the Eastern Orthodox Church Different from Evangelical Protestantism? Dr. Eve Tibbs
How is the Eastern Orthodox Church Different from Evangelical Protestantism? Dr. Eve TibbsTheology in the Raw
Dr. Eve (Paraskevè) Tibbs is an Affiliate Professor of Theology at Fuller Theological Seminary, where she teaches Historical Theology, Systematic Theology, and Eastern Orthodox Theology. Her research and teaching interests include: the Holy Trinity and Personhood, Ecclesiology, Early Church History and Doctrinal Development. Dr. Tibbs served as Chair of the Eastern Orthodox Studies Group of the American Academy of Religion for six years, and has served as a member of the Executive Steering Committee of the Huffington Ecumenical Institute at Loyola Marymount University since 2015. Dr. Tibbs’ most recent book is: A Basic Guide to Eastern Orthodox Theology: Introducing Beliefs and Practices.
In this conversation, Dr. Tibbs gives an overview of the beliefs and practices of the Eastern church, and identifies ways in which the Eastern church differs from Evangelical Protestantism.