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Born in Akron, Ohio, as the son of a Slovak Lutheran pastor and a Serbian mother, Pelikan joined the [[Orthodox Church in America]] on [[March 25]], 1998.
 
Born in Akron, Ohio, as the son of a Slovak Lutheran pastor and a Serbian mother, Pelikan joined the [[Orthodox Church in America]] on [[March 25]], 1998.
  
In 2004, having received the [[w:Kluge Prize|John W. Kluge Prize for Lifetime Achievement in the Human Sciences]], Pelikan donated his award to [[St. Vladimir's Orthodox Theological Seminary (Crestwood, New York)|Saint Vladimir's Orthodox Theological Seminary]], of which he is a trustee.
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In 2004, having received the [[w:Kluge Prize|John W. Kluge Prize for Lifetime Achievement in the Human Sciences]], Pelikan donated his award to [[St. Vladimir's Orthodox Theological Seminary (Crestwood, New York)|Saint Vladimir's Orthodox Theological Seminary]], of which he was a trustee.
  
On May 13, 2006, Jaroslav Pelikan reposed, after a long battle with lung cancer.  The funeral was May 17 in the seminary chapel of St. Vladimir's Seminary.
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On May 13, 2006, Jaroslav Pelikan reposed, after a long battle with lung cancer.  The funeral was [[May 17]] in the [[seminary]] [[chapel]] of St. Vladimir's Seminary.
  
 
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==External links==
 
==External links==
*[http://www.svots.edu/2006-0513-pelikan/ Dr Jaroslav Pelikan falls asleep in the Lord] by St Vladimir's Orthodox Theological Seminary
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*[http://www.svots.edu/content/dr-jaroslav-pelikan-falls-asleep-lord Dr Jaroslav Pelikan falls asleep in the Lord] by St Vladimir's Orthodox Theological Seminary
 
*[http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jaroslav_Pelikan Jaroslav Pelikan article in German]
 
*[http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jaroslav_Pelikan Jaroslav Pelikan article in German]
*[http://www.yale.edu/history/faculty/pelikan.html Yale History Faculty: Jaroslav Pelikan]
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*[http://www.yale.edu/divinity/news/060517_news_pelikan.shtml Renowned Yale church historian Jaroslav Pelikan dies at 82]
*[http://www.thelutheran.org/article/article_buy.cfm?article_id=1897 Pelikan to Orthodox church] by Roger Kahle and Amy Sitze of ''thelutheran.org'' (subscription only)
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*[http://www.thelutheran.org/article/article.cfm?article_id=1897 Pelikan to Orthodox church] by Roger Kahle and Amy Sitze of ''thelutheran.org'' (subscription only)
*[http://www.loc.gov/loc/kluge/pelikan.html Announcement of Kluge Award]
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*[http://www.loc.gov/today/pr/2004/04-200.html Announcement of Kluge Award]
*"[http://midwestdiocese.org/heritage/resources/the_future_of_our_past The Future of Our Past]" - originally published in ''The Orthodox Church'' (OCA newspaper)
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*"[http://web.archive.org/web/20060518095808/http://midwestdiocese.org/heritage/resources/the_future_of_our_past?PHPSESSID=bbd289dbfbaac8dbbc68e970b8bf40a7 The Future of Our Past]" - originally published in ''The Orthodox Church'' (OCA newspaper) (Wayback Machine)
*[http://www.ctinquiry.org/publications/pelikan.htm The Predicament of the Christian Historian] by Jaroslav Pelikan
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*[http://web.archive.org/web/20080515200201/http://www.ctinquiry.org/publications/pelikan.htm The Predicament of the Christian Historian] by Jaroslav Pelikan (Wayback Machine)
  
 
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Dr. Jaroslav Pelikan
Jaroslav Jan Pelikan (December 17, 1923 – May 13, 2006) was one of the world's leading scholars in the history of Christianity and authored more than 30 books including the five-volume The Christian Tradition: A History of the Development of Doctrine (1971-1989). Pelikan gave the 1992–93 Gifford lectures at the University of Aberdeen, which yielded the book Christianity and Classical Culture. He was the Sterling Professor Emeritus of History at Yale University where he served on the faculty from 1962 to 1996, and was the president of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences from 1994 to 1997.

Born in Akron, Ohio, as the son of a Slovak Lutheran pastor and a Serbian mother, Pelikan joined the Orthodox Church in America on March 25, 1998.

In 2004, having received the John W. Kluge Prize for Lifetime Achievement in the Human Sciences, Pelikan donated his award to Saint Vladimir's Orthodox Theological Seminary, of which he was a trustee.

On May 13, 2006, Jaroslav Pelikan reposed, after a long battle with lung cancer. The funeral was May 17 in the seminary chapel of St. Vladimir's Seminary.

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Quotations

What is the difference between Tradition and Traditionalism? Tradition is the living faith of the dead. Traditionalism is the dead faith of the living. from The Vindication of Tradition
For those who believe that you don't need tradition because you have the Bible, the Christian Tradition has sought to say, "You are not entitled to the beliefs you cherish about such things as the Holy Trinity without a sense of what you owe to those who worked this out for you." To circumvent Saint Athanasius on the assumption that if you put me alone in a room with the New Testament, I will come up with the doctrine of the Trinity, is naive. So for these readers I have tried to provide a degree of historical sophistication, which is, I believe, compatible with an affirmation of the central doctrines of Christian faith.

Bibliography

  • Bach Among the Theologians
  • Christianity and Classical Culture: The Metamorphosis of Natural Theology in the Christian Encounter with Hellenism, Yale University, 1995, ISBN 0300062559
  • Confessor Between East and West: A Portrait of Ukrainian Cardinal Josyf Slipyj
  • Credo: Historical and Theological Guide to Creeds and Confessions of Faith in the Christian Tradition ISBN 0300093888
  • Development of Christian Doctrine: Some Historical Prolegomena
  • The Excellent Empire: The Fall of Rome and the Triumph of the Church
  • Faust the Theologian
  • The Idea of the University: A Reexamination ISBN 0300058349
  • Interpreting the Bible and the Constitution (John W. Kluge Center Books) ISBN 0300102674
  • Jesus Through the Centuries: His Place in the History of Culture ISBN 0300079877
  • Luther's Works
  • Martin Luther's Basic Theological Writings
  • Mary Through the Centuries: Her Place in the History of Culture ISBN 0300076614
  • Mary: Images Of The Mother Of Jesus In Jewish And Christian Perspective
  • The Melody of Theology: A Philosophical Dictionary
  • The Reformation of the Sixteenth Century (Foreword) ISBN 0807013013
  • The Riddle of Roman Catholicism
  • The Vindication of Tradition: The 1983 Jefferson Lecture in the Humanities ISBN 978-0300031546
  • The World Treasury of Modern Religious Thought
  • What Has Athens to Do with Jerusalem?: Timaeus and Genesis in Counterpoint (Thomas Spencer Jerome Lectures) ISBN 0472108077
  • Whose Bible Is It? A History of the Scriptures Through the Ages ISBN 0670033855

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