The Curious Case of Cyril Lucaris, the Calvinist Patriarch

This afternoon we consider the curious and unique story of Cyril Lucaris -- the Patriarch of Constantinople from 1621 to 1638, whose conflicts with Rome and correspondence with Reformed Protestants led him to author a confession that sounded... astoundingly Calvinistic.

You can read Cyril's 1629 confession here:

The Synod of Jerusalem's 1672 refutation, the Confession of Dositheus, is available here: