Part, Chapter, Paragraph
1 I,Intro  Orthodox Church at first hand. Greeks journeying westward from
2 I, 3,1  and Scythic tongue.. ~If Greeks wished to read Latin works
3 I, 3,1  Church: he denounced the Greeks for not using the filioque
4 I, 3,1  schools. From the start Greeks and Latins had each approached
5 I, 3,1  of Roman law, while the Greeks un~derstood theology in
6 I, 3,1  the unity of the Godhead, Greeks with the threeness of the ~
7 I, 3,1  primarily of Christ the Victim, ~Greeks of Christ the Victor; Latins
8 I, 3,1  talked more of redemption, Greeks of deification; and so on. ~
9 I, 3,1  was bound to arise. The Greeks assigned to the Pope a primacy
10 I, 3,1  own pre~ 25~rogative, the Greeks held that in matters of
11 I, 3,1  controversy, accusing the Greeks of heresy because they recited
12 I, 3,1  until after 850 that the Greeks paid much attention to the
13 I, 3,1  between east and west: the Greeks ~allowed married clergy,
14 I, 3,1  different rules ~of fasting; the Greeks used leavened bread in the
15 I, 3,2  Creed, but not used by the Greeks. The chief point of trouble
16 I, 3,2  a violent attack on the Greeks, singling out ~ 28~the points
17 I, 3,2  between the Germans and the Greeks, was now neutral no longer. ~
18 I, 3,2  Normans had been forcing the Greeks in Byzantine ~Italy to conform
19 I, 3,2  ment, Humbert accused the Greeks of omitting the filioque
20 I, 3,2  Daniel of Tchernigov, found Greeks and Latins worshipping together
21 I, 3,2  shoulders.. What shocked the Greeks ~more than anything was
22 I, 3,2  stolen. Can we ~wonder if the Greeks after 1204 also looked on
23 I, 3,3  an end in 1261 when the Greeks recovered their capital.
24 I, 3,3  it was difficult for the ~Greeks to discuss theology dispassionately,
25 I, 3,3  uniformity was demanded: Greeks were allowed to use leavened
26 I, 4,1  for the task two brothers, Greeks from Thessalonica, Constantine (
27 I, 4,1  tual children,. the two Greeks from Thessalonica abundantly
28 I, 4,1  at the same time. ~ The Greeks communicated this faith
29 I, 4,3  sense of unity among the Greeks under Turkish rule. The
30 I, 4,3  Two centuries later the Greeks after the ~Council of Florence
31 I, 5,1  at Constantinople. To the Greeks, in 1453 it must also have
32 I, 5,1  city. had fallen, and the Greeks were under the rule of the
33 I, 5,1  Before the fall of the city, Greeks called him .the precursor
34 I, 5,1  less likeli~hood of the Greeks seeking secret aid from
35 I, 5,1  strengthen a Church; but the Greeks in the Ottoman Empire were
36 I, 5,1  all but impossible for the Greeks to distinguish between Church
37 I, 5,1  or language; but to the Greeks of the ~Turkish Empire .
38 I, 5,1  better days to come. The Greeks clung with miraculous tenacity ~
39 I, 5,1  and difficult period the Greeks did in faces main~tain
40 I, 5,1  standard of scholarship. Greeks who ~wished for a higher
41 I, 5,1  There was a real danger that Greeks who studied in the West,
42 I, 5,1  must not be exaggerated. Greeks ~used the outward forms
43 I, 5,2  of Reformation among the ~Greeks; as Crusius somewhat naively
44 I, 5,2  the Papic ~Church. (as the Greeks termed it) he should have
45 I, 5,2  islands under Venetian rule, Greeks and Latins shared in one
46 I, 5,2  lack of money, and the ~Greeks found the food and lodging
47 I, 5,2  Martyrs: many of them were Greeks who became Mohammedan ~and
48 I, 6,2  in all respects copy the Greeks. But was not ~Russia an
49 I, 6,2  reverence for contemporary Greeks. They remembered the .apostasy.
50 I, 6,2  remembered the .apostasy. of the Greeks at ~Florence, and they knew
51 I, 6,2  threefinger form; it was the ~Greeks who were the innovators,
52 I, 7  The twentieth century, Greeks and Arabs~The Orthodox Church
53 I, 7,1  islands in the Aegean; All Greeks of the dispersion, together
54 I, 7,1  more than half of whom are Greeks ~dwelling in North America. ~
55 I, 7,1  population of some 1,500,000 ~Greeks, but the greater part of
56 I, 7,1  only place in ~Turkey where Greeks are allowed to live is Istanbul (
57 I, 7,1  000,000. Since then, many Greeks have fled from fear or else
58 I, 7,5  1948 there were only 5,000 Greeks within the Patriarchate
59 I, 7,9  North America. ~In 1922 the Greeks created an Exarchate for
60 I, 7,9  brought up in France), seven Greeks, five Serbs, one Georgian,
61 I, 7,9  originally under the Greeks, is now within the Russian
62 I, 7,9  others, especially among the Greeks, the Serbs, ~and the Russian
63 I, 7,9  Archdiocese. For a ~long time the Greeks, anxious to preserve their
64 I, 7,9  something restricted to Greeks or Rus~sians, and of no
65 II, 1,2  and enfeebled by what the Greeks call ‘desire’ and the Latins ‘
66 II, 3,2  America — particularly the~Greeks — who are now showing a
67 II, 3,2  the whole take longer than Greeks over services, but in a~
68 II, 4,4  to go more often than the~Greeks do. Where infrequent communion
69 II, 4,5  the original way; but the Greeks (except at~Jerusalem) now
70 II, 4,5  Metropolitan. Thus among the Greeks~an Archbishop now ranks
71 II, 4,5  distinction.~Higumenos. Among the Greeks, the Abbot of a monastery.
72 II, 4,6  places crowns, made among the Greeks of leaves~and flowers, but
73 II, 5,1  parish church. Not among the Greeks only but throughout Orthodox~
74 II, 5,1  to an end. At present the Greeks~(outside Athos and Jerusalem)
75 II, 5,1  January (New Style); the Greeks~keep Epiphany on 6 January,
