Prof. Prodromou Examines "Orthodox Christianity and Humanitarianism: An Introduction to Thought and Practice, Past and Present"

The Review of Faith & International Affairs

Published by The Review of Faith & International Affairs
Review of Faith & International Affairs

Religious ideas and organizations are part of the global architectures of humanitarian action and human security. Whether in the provision of emergency and triage services, delivery of humanitarian relief, or in terms of support for sustainable development and human security needs, religion commitments and capacities and considerations are provided new ways to think about and to build peace and security. This collection of essays explores Orthodox Christianity as part of the theoretical debates and caseload in the expanding field of religion and security and faith and humanitarianism.