Resolutions

Human Cloning

Crestwood, NY - The Orthodox Theological Society in America adopted the following resolution on June 1, 2001:

Towards a Common Date for Easter

Crestwood, NY - The Orthodox Theological Society in America adopted the following resolution on June 1, 2001:

The Orthodox Theological Society in America has considered the proposal "Towards a Common Date for Easter" produced by a WCC/MECC consultation at Aleppo, Syria. We endorse this proposal on the basis that it reflects most faithfully the norms for calculating the date of Pascha as set out by the Holy Fathers of the First Ecumenical Council.

The Aleppo proposal is faithful to these norms in the following ways:

Statement on the Relationship of the Orthodox Church to the World Council of Churches

 1. The Orthodox Theological Society in America, at its annual meeting held at Holy Cross Greek Orthodox School of Theology in Brookline Massachusetts on June 4-5, 1998, chose to focus its entire attention on the current crisis within the ecumenical movement and especially on the question of Orthodox participation in the World Council of Churches.