I’ve been rather remiss in posting this, but I’ve been asked to draw people’s attention to a series of four posts by Father Alexis Trader to help publicise his new book on ancient Christian wisdom and cognitive therapy to the Orthodox world.  Father Alexis is a monk of Karakallou Monastery on Mount Athos. Before leaving for Greece, he was a professor at St. Tikhon’s Seminary. He recently completed his PhD at the University of Thessalonica, with professor Anestis Keselopoulos. He decided to publish this book through an academic publisher in hopes of getting the book into university libraries and into the hands of academics, and the publisher has asked him to be responsible for marketing the book to the Orthodox world.  To this end, he has written four blog posts explaining what the book is. These posts can be found here: 

Post #1 – March 23rd: http://www.johnsanidopoulos.com/2011/03/following-is-first-in-series-of-four.html
Post #2 – March 25th: http://janotec.typepad.com/terrace/2011/03/fr-alexis-trader-being-christian-in-a-post-christian-world.html
Post #3 – March 28th: http://voxstefani.wordpress.com/
Post #4 – March 31st: http://www.bombaxo.com/blog/