Entering the Orthodox Church - the Catechism and Baptism of Adults

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Translated by Marina Mary Robb

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Translated by Marina Mary Robb

“The Orthodox Church is the Body of Christ and the communion of those being deified but it is at the same time the Church of the Apostles, of the Fathers, the Martyrs, the Saints and the Ascetics, the Church of the Ecumenical Synods.

Overall, the Orthodox Church is the Church which preserves the richness of the Tradition in both Christ and the Holy Spirit, as this has been manifested through the ages.

It is not easy for someone to enter this great ancestral treasury of the Holy Spirit. This is why, from the very beginning, the Church laid down a special way by which to receive people who want to be baptized. This way is described briefly in this small book, that is, it lays out the preparation of the Catechumens from the point of view of spiritual life and worship in reference to the teaching of the Church.

It also lays out the content of Catechism, the Baptism of those who have been already catechized as well as the life of the faithful within the holy and blessed body of Christ.”

— “Introduction to the English Edition”


Introduction to the English Edition
1. Catechism in the Tradition of the Church
2. Joining the Catechumens to the Church Community
3. Orthodox Catechism
Christ and Christians
The Christian God
Man and His Fall
The Church and Her Work
The Communion of Saints
The Ascetic Life
The Healthy and Sick Members of the Church
The Use of Creeds
Reading and Clarification of the Symbol of Faith
The Symbol of Faith
Central Points
God the Creator and Creation
The Divinity of the Word
The Incarnation of the Word
The Passion and Resurrection of Christ
The Divinity of the Holy Spirit
The Church and Her Attributes
The Sacramental Life of the Church
The Resurrection of the Dead and the Life to Come

4. Questions and Answers

5. The Rite of the Sacrament of Baptism

6. Guidance after Baptism


Metropolitan of Nafpaktos Hierotheos is also known as: Bishop of Nafpaktos Hierotheos, Metropolitan Hierotheos of Nafpaktos, Archmandrite Heirotheos Vlachos, Metropolitan Hierotheos Vlachos, Metropolitan of Nafpaktos Hierotheos Vlachos

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Author Metropolitan of Nafpaktos Hierotheos
Pages 216
Cover Soft
Width (mm) 120
Height (mm) 190

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