His work is based on the tradition of the Eastern Church and on the teaching of Gregory Palamas and, along with that, he tried to achieve a synthesis of the two traditions: the eastern and the western one. Kabasilas owes his place in the Christian theology mainly to his sacramental teaching. The life of men is nothing else but life in Christ, which is mainly achieved by free sacramental participation. Skip to main content Skip to table of contents.
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Nicholas Kabasilas. His liturgical commentary is considered the peak of Byzantine theological interpretation of the Holy Liturgy. The most impressive feature of his work is its coherence: the Byzantine mystic presents the whole liturgical edifice of the Church as being presided by, and revolving around Christ. According to Kabasilas, the role of the divine service is to mediate the encounter between the Good Shepherd and his sheep, this encounter is meant to provide palpable consistency to the Church.
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