|Title:||Adventures in the Unseen|
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|Category:||Ministry and Evangelism|
|Publisher:||Orthodox Research Institute (May 25, 2004)|
Meg said: I cannot recommend this book highly enough. His Eminence Archbishop Makarios, Metropolitan of Zimbabwe, a native of Cyprus, began his missionary activity in East Africa as the Prinicipal of the Patriarchal Seminary which was established in Kenya by His Beatitude Archbishop Makarios III of Cyprus. In 1992, he was elected and consecrated Bishop of Riruta.
Adventures in the Unseen book. Archbishop Makarios III of Cyprus. He continued as Principal of the Patriarchal Seminary until September 1997. The following year, the Holy Synod of the Patriarchate of Alexandria elected him as Metropolitan of Zimbabwe. In February 2001, His Eminence was elected as Metropolitan of Kenya. His Eminence's collection of sermons and other discourses, delivered on various occasions from 2006 until 2009, gives an insight into a work of transformation. Seventy years ago, authentic Orthodoxy did not exist in East Africa
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Adventures in the Unseen. Church history, History, Orthodox Eastern Church, Sermons.
Author: Metropolitan Makarios (Tillyrides). Pages: 374. Adventures in the Unseen: The Mission Continues is the third book in the Adventures in the Unseen series. Many people who have read the other two volumes have expressed further interest in the life of Orthodox Mission in Africa. The manner in which Orthodoxy was introduced into East Africa during the twentieth century, and the way in which it has taken root and spread, can only be explained in terms of a Divine miracle. Orthodoxy has spread phenomenally throughout East Africa. His Eminence Archbishop Makarios, Metropolitan of Kenya, a native of Cyprus, began his missionary activity in East Africa as the Principal of the Patriarchal Seminary, which was established in Kenya by His Beatitude Archbishop Makarios III of Cyprus.
Adventures in the Unseen: My Adventures in Africa. Adventures in the Unseen: My Adventures in Africa Makarios Tillyrides My Adventures in Africa is a sequel to Adventures in the Unseen: The Silent Witness. Many people who have read the latter have expressed further interest in the life of Orthodox Mission in Africa
Archbishop Makarios (born Andreas Tillyrides; Limassol, 1945) is a Cypriot hierarch in Africa, since 2001 Archbishop of Nairobi. Andreas Tillyrides was born in 1945 in Limassol, Cyprus. He studied from 1968 to 1972 at the St. Sergius Orthodox Theological Institute, while studying in the Collège de France and the École Pratique des Hautes Études, afterwards pursuing post-graduation in Church History at Oxford University under Kallistos Ware, receiving a PhD in 1976.
For more than ten years, Andreas participated, as a lay-theologian, in and inter-Orthodox conferences as well as with various religious organizations in the middle east. On July 19, 1992, Andreas Tillyrides was tonsured a monk, with the name Makarios and ordained a deacon in the Church of St Nicholas in Riruta, Nairobia by the Patriarchal Exarch of East Africa, Metropolitan of Axum Petros. His ordination as a deacon was followed on the next day, July 20, by his ordination as a priest.
His Eminence, the Most Reverend Makarios (Tillyrides) is the Metropolitan of Kenya, in eastern Africa, part of the Church of Alexandria. His see is in Nairobi, with jurisdiction over Kenya. In 1945, the future archbishop was born Andreas Tillyrides in Limassol, Cyprus. He studied extensively before entering the clergy. In 1968, he began his studies at the Orthodox Theological Institute of St. Sergius in Paris, France, graduating in 1972