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  1. Light from the Christian East

    Light from the Christian East

    $54.95

    To many people, the Orthodox Christian tradition (or Eastern Orthodoxy_ seems unfamiliar and mysterious. Yet this tradition is arguably the most faithful representative of ancient Christianity in existence today and numbers roughly 250 million adherents worldwide. What's more, a steady stream of evangelical Christians has been entering the Orthodox Church in recent decades. Isn't it time we gained a deeper understanding of Orthodoxy? Learn More
  2. We Came We Saw We Converted: The lighter side of Orthodoxy in America

    We Came We Saw We Converted: The lighter side of Orthodoxy in America

    $24.95

    Based on his popular blog and Ancient Faith Radio podcast, Orthodixie, Fr. Joseph Huneycutt presents a humorous look at the pluses, minuses, joys, pitfalls, and struggles of perpetual conversion within an Orthodox Christian worldview. Within these pages you'll find all those familiar characters you've encountered in exploring American Orthodoxy—but with a hilarious twist: the Orthodox Christian anarchist, the Orthodox white boy, and that incomparable superhero, Ortho-Man. You'll be introduced to the lighter side of fasting, theosis, living a holy life in a secular world, and the struggle to understand those on the other side of the cradle/convert divide. Learn More
  3. Bodily Resurrection

    Bodily Resurrection

    $7.95

    Presents a compelling apologetic for burial (as opposed to cremation) as an affirmation of our expectation of eternal life. Learn More
  4. Once Delivered to the Saints : An Orthodox Apology for the New Millennium

    Once Delivered to the Saints : An Orthodox Apology for the New Millennium

    $34.95

    This book is an engaging, scholarly work by one of the most profound and provocative Orthodox theologians of our time. By incorporating the most influential people and events which have influenced the Christian Faith, the author guides the reader into the new millenium from the perspective of the guardians and expositors of the Christian Faith Learn More
  5. He Came Down from Heaven

    He Came Down from Heaven

    $29.95

    Who was Jesus Christ? Douglas McCready provides a thorough survey of the doctrine covering New Testament teaching, Jewish and Hellenistic background and historical development. He carefully weighs the evidence and engages the arguments for and against the Christian orthodox conviction of Christ's preexistence. Learn More
  6. The Good News of Christ

    The Good News of Christ

    $24.95

    The Good News of Christ presents a collection of essays and studies centering on Holy Scripture, the Sacraments of the Church and Its venerable Tradition. Through it all however the focus is on the person of our Lord Jesus Christ and his saving mission. Learn More
  7. Rest of the Bible

    Rest of the Bible

    $21.95

    There are numerous biblical stories and writings explored in this book—authentic books of the Bible you've probably never read.The Rest of the Bible provides a brief and intriguing introduction to each of these valuable texts, which St. Athanasius termed "the Readables." Learn More
  8. Against False Union : Humble thoughts of an Orthodox Christian

    Against False Union : Humble thoughts of an Orthodox Christian

    $19.95

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    Against False Union was first published in 1967, and is still of value today. A revised appendix, which includes such articles as Is the Papacy a Church?, The Form of Holy Baptism, and New Age Bishops (part of which compares passages of the Koran with passages of the New Testament) was added for this edition. Prologue by Photios Kontoglou, translated from the Greek by George Gabriel. Learn More
  9. Finding God in Ancient China

    Finding God in Ancient China

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    Although China has long been considered a culture of fables, legends, and the polytheistic worship of many deities, author Chan Kei Thong takes readers on a step-by-step journey through 4,000 years of ancient Chinese traditions and rituals to reach a startling modern-day conclusion: The ancient Chinese worshiped a monotheistic God whom they called Shang Di, the same God the Hebrews of the Bible worshiped as Yahweh. Come explore the language, culture, ancient religious practices, and even the night sky to see how God has been the ever-present Shang Di and loving Father to the Chinese people. About the Authors: Chan Kei Thong was born and educated in Singapore. He received his MBA from California State University. Thong and his wife, Lisa, have lived in China for over 20 years. Charlene L. Fu has lived and worked in Beijing since 1986 as a foreign correspondent for the Associated Press wire service and editor of a Chinese-language quarterly magazine. Learn More
  10. Turning East: Contemporary Philosophers and the Ancient Christian Faith

    Turning East: Contemporary Philosophers and the Ancient Christian Faith

    $38.95

    The Orthodox Church is one of the largest religious groups in the world. Yet, it remains an enigma in the West, especially among those who mistake it either for a Greek version of Roman Catholicism or for an exotic mixture of Christianity and eastern religion. Many, however, are coming to recognize the Orthodox Church for what it is: a worldwide community of Christian disciples that has been faithful to the apostolic command, “stand fast and hold the traditions which you were taught, whether by word or by our epistle” (2 Thess 2.15). Consequently, growing numbers of people are finding their true home in the Church that has “continued steadfastly in the apostles’ doctrine and fellowship, in the breaking of bread, and in prayers” (Acts 2.42). Among these converts are dozens of contemporary philosophers. Some are accomplished, world-renowned, senior scholars. Others are junior scholars in the earliest stages of their careers. As a group, they belong neither to any particular philosophical ‘school’ nor to any particular Orthodox jurisdiction. What they have in common is a desire to enter deeply into an authentic and loving communion with the Living God, with God’s people, and ultimately with all of God’s creation. Turning East is a collection of autobiographical essays in which sixteen of these philosophers describe their personal journeys to the Orthodox Church, explain their reasons for becoming Orthodox Christians, and offer a sense of how their conversions have changed their lives. Learn More

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