“…many people see Christianity as merely an institution for instruction and edification, which has played an important cultural role in the history of humanity, while others believe that the Christian faith is, by and large, enshrined in certain theological dogmas and moral precepts for life. In extreme instances, many believe that the Christian religion can be validated only in the personalities of wonder-workers actions involving the use of certain impressive, charismatic powers. These one-sided views certainly lead to error.”
(Georgios Patronos, Professor Emeritus of Theology in Athens)