By George S. Maloney
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Louis and Fordham Universities. He received his licentiate and his doctorate in Eastern Christian Theology, 1962, summa cum laude from the Pontifical Oriental Institute in Rome. Father Maloney is a member and founder of the Pope John XXIII Center for Eastern Christian Studies. In 1965 he Page x launched as founder and editor the ecumenical journal Diakonia which seeks to bring the riches of Eastern Christianity to the West. He is a member of the Episcopal Commission on Ecumenism which meets with Orthodox theologians in theological dialogues.
Shortly before he died in that monastery, he knelt before the Crucified Lord. He reported to his secretary, Brother Reginald, that he had learned more theology on his knees in those fifteen minutes than from all the theology that he had ever studied and written about in his many tomes. There is a ''logion'' that says St. Thomas begged Reginald to throw into the fire everything that he had written about God. ''All that," he said, "is valueless and Page 6 as worthless as straw. " That "logion" is to me the most beautiful utterance of St.
I will try to show that there exists considerable similarity between process philosophy and the dynamic views of the Greek Fathers in regard to God's uncreated energies. The insights of such modern process thinkers are not completely unknown, therefore, in Christian theological circles and are not, therefore, so totally novel. " They seem to be unaware that there is a wealth that can be drawn from the Greek Fathers. A knowledge of this would enable them to bring together the transcendence and the immanence of the Christian God in a better way than they have done.
A theology of ''uncreated energies'' by George S. Maloney