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  1. On God and Christ

    On God and Christ

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    Gregory of Nazianzus, "The Theologian," was recognized among the Cappadocian Fathers as a peculiarly vivid and quotable exponent of the doctrine of God in Trinity. A brilliant orator and accomplished poet, he placed before the Church his interpretation of the sublime mystery of the God revealed as Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. These five sermons, probably delivered as a series at the small chapel of the Resurrection in Constantinople, where Gregory was the bishop in charge of loyal "Nicenes," contain Gregory's penetrating teaching. The English translation aims to capture for the present-day reader something of the atmosphere of intellectual excitement and spiritual exhilaration experienced by his first listeners. In addition, this work contains a new translation of Gregory's letters to Cledonius, which contain more focused reflections on the person of Jesus Christ, laying the groundwork for later Christology. Learn More
  2. Genesis, Creation and Early Man -  New Ed

    Genesis, Creation and Early Man - New Ed

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    Long awaited new edition. Amidst the creation/evolution debate few have made use of what Fr. Seraphim Rose called "the missing evidence": the teaching of the ancient Orthodox Fathers on the events of creation, the first-created world, the natures of created things, and the original nature of man. Learn More
  3. Orthodox Dogmatic Theology

    Orthodox Dogmatic Theology

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    ORTHODOX DOGMATIC THEOLOGY is a book written with one purpose: to inspire, to warm the heart, to lift one above the petty preoccupations of earth in order to glimpse the divine beginning and end of all things. This has always been the purpose and intent of theology; to give one the energy and encouragement to struggle towards God and our heavenly homeland. Learn More
  4. On the Mystical Life, Vol. 3

    On the Mystical Life, Vol. 3

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    St Symeon the New Theologian was abbot of the monastery of St Mamas in Constantinople at the turn of the eleventh century. He was also perhaps the most remarkable and certainly the most forceful advocate of the mystical experience of God in the history of the Byzantine Church. Though they were on occasion suppressed by ecclesiastical authorities wary of his fierce enthusiasm, as well as his claims to charismatic authority, St Symeon's writings survived in the Orthodox Church and continued to play a vital role in the several renewals of spiritual life and prayer which has sustained the Church in its often difficult history over the past millennium. Learn More
  5. On the Mystical Life, Vol. 1

    On the Mystical Life, Vol. 1

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    St Symeon the New Theologian was abbot of the monastery of St Mamas in Constantinople at the turn of the eleventh century. He was also perhaps the most remarkable and certainly the most forceful advocate of the mystical experience of God in the history of the Byzantine Church. Though they were on occasion suppressed by ecclesiastical authorities wary of his fierce enthusiasm, as well as his claims to charismatic authority, St Symeon's writings survived in the Orthodox Church and continued to play a vital role in the several renewals of spiritual life and prayer which has sustained the Church in its often difficult history over the past millennium. Learn More
  6. Man and the Environment : A Study of St. Symeon the New Theologian

    Man and the Environment : A Study of St. Symeon the New Theologian

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    The quest for a harmonious relationship between humanity and the environment quickens as ecological problems escalate in our modern world Irresponsible use of the environment has caused pollution diminished natural resources accumulation of radioactive waster disease famine and abnormal climatic conditions In response to the myriad solutions offered by the scientific community Anestis G Keselopoulos proposes another dimension a theological solution put forth ten centuries ago by the Byzantine mystic... Learn More
  7. On the Divine Images

    On the Divine Images

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    St. John of Damascus wrote these three treatises Against Those Who Attack the Divine Images in response to the iconoclastic heresy of the eighth century, which violently rejected the veneration of images. He accomplishes the important task of reminding the Church that the use of images is a necessary safeguard of the doctrine of the Christian faith: the Incarnation. In Jesus Christ, God became Man. He Who is immaterial became material and can therefore be depicted. Learn More
  8. Life in Christ, The

    Life in Christ, The

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    Translated from the Greek by Carmino J. deCatanzaro. With an Introduction by Boris Bobrinskoy. Learn More
  9. Iconostasis

    Iconostasis

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    Born in 1882, Fr Pavel Florensky was a brilliant philosopher, theologian, scientist, and art historian who, in 1911, became an Orthodox priest. By the time of the 1917 Bolshevik revolution, Fr Pavel had become a leading voice in Russia's great movement in religious philosophy, a movement whose roots lay in the rich ground of nineteenth-century Russian monasticism and whose branches included the work of Bulgakov, Berdiaev, and Solovyev. In the 1920s and 1930s the Soviets violently destroyed this splendor of Russian religious thought. In 1922, Fr Pavel was silenced, and, after a decade of forced scientific work for the regime, he was arrested on false charges, tried, imprisoned, and, in 1937, murdered by KGB directive. Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn honored Fr Pavel in The Gulag Archipelago. Learn More
  10. Saint Gregory Palamas as a Hagiorite

    Saint Gregory Palamas as a Hagiorite

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    The life and the teaching of St. Gregory Palamas, Archbishop of Thessaloniki, will set out the limits and the great difference which exists between the abstract and impersonal life of Eastern religions and the Orthodox Tradition as well as between Barlaam's scholasticism - moralism and Orthodox spiritual life. And this is important precisely because tendancies which we have already referred to prevail in the West today, such as the impersonal way of life and scholasticism together with moralism, a fact that creates a deep despair and speculation. Moreover the reading of this book will show the particular features of Byzantium, which used to be called Romania (Roman Empire) as it is preserved and kept even in our days on the Holy Mountain. Nowdays many people admire the art which developed in the Byzantium (Roman Empire) but in the final analysis this art was the outcome of a holy life, it was the fruit of a way of life, as we can see in the life and the teaching of St. Gregory Palamas. Learn More

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