Fr. Maximos (Constas)
Father Maximos (Constas) - a highly esteemed patrologist and the world's leading authority on the teaching of St. Maximos the Confessor - presents an edifying overview of the life and works of this magnificent man of God and teacher of the Church. St. Maximos the Confessor, who served God from 580-662, is one of the great theologians of the Orthodox Catholic Church. This devout monk, was a leading Constantinopolitan intellectual, a prolific author on doctrinal, ascetical, exegetical and liturgical subjects, and a confessor of Holy Orthodoxy who lost his right hand and tongue for his stentorian opposition to heresy. Father Maximos is Senior Research Scholar at Holy Cross Greek Orthodox School of Theology.
PDF - The Iconography of St. Maximos the Confessor
Lecture 1: What is a Church Father?
Lecture 2: An Overview of the Life of St. Maximos
Lecture 3: An Introduction to the Works of St. Maximos: Part 1
Lecture 4: An Introduction to the Works of St. Maximos: Part 2
Lecture 5: The Theology of St. Maximos: Part 1 The Ambigua
Lecture 6: The Theology of St. Maximos: Part 2 The Ambigua
Lecture 7: The Theology of St. Maximos: Questions of Thalassius: Part 1
Lecture 8: The Theology of St. Maximos: Questions of Thalassius: Part 2
FATHER MAXIMOS CONSTAS is the Interim Dean of Hellenic College and Holy Cross Greek Orthodox School of Theology. Fr. Maximos is an internationally recognized scholar with expertise in the theology of the Church Fathers, and has been serving as Senior Research Scholar at Holy Cross since 2011. He has published extensively and lectured widely.