The experience of God in the Orthodox Church through faith, education and culture
The aim of the study is to discuss the way God is experienced in the Orthodox Church from three perspectives: biblical, faith and dogma of the Church as an essentially human act, the role of the Christian faith in education and culture. In the Romanian ecclesial Orthodox context, there is a genuine Christian ethos that must be revived out of its latencies, being ready to erupt by the courage of doxological confession. Therefore, faith, education and culture are the triptych of life and Orthodox confession, a spiritual credit for the Romanian Orthodox identity in the pilgrimage of the ecclesiastical history to the Kingdom of Light. Christian faith is the basis of Christian culture and the fruit of rationality heading to divine reason that pervades the rational man as far as possible.