Orthodox Saints & Patristic Church Fathers (209)
In his missionary journeys, St. Paul spoke in a number of cities in the Greek peninsula including Athens, renowned for its philosophical heritage. He addressed to them the message of the One, Unknown God (Acts 17:22ff). Among those present in the Areopagus (the open city center of Athens) on that day was a certain Denys (Dionysios) who eventually became a disciple of Paul.
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The Byzantine Saint is one of the most important contributions to the field of Byzantine hagiography in recent years. St Vladimir`s Seminary Press is please to present the collection, based on papers presented by a preeminent group of scholars at a Byzantine studies conference at the University of Birmingham.
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What is Orthodoxy? Is it a religion? What is the essence of Orthodox Tradition? What is theosis? What are the "two kinds of faith" and "two kinds of revelation"? Who is God-inspired and who is a theologian? Who is spiritually ill and who is healthy? What is "noetic prayer"? What is the difference between orthodoxy and heresy? What is the essence of god and what are His energies?
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Composing a handbook on the spiritual life is not altogether different from writing a work of art, music, or painting. A real manual must not start from a rigid framework or pretend that the rules it proposes are complete, infallible, and always and everywhere valid. Yet such rules, precisely because they are rules, are usually the result of a long experience lived first by those who had a sense of the beautiful and then by larger groups and circles. In this manner the original experiences evolve into a tradition. from the Introduction
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The late Professor Panagiotes K. Chrestou of Aristotle University of Thessalonica, Greece, is justly regarded as the leading Greek Patrologist of the twentieth century. The present volume is a foretaste of Professor Chrestou`s Greek Patrology. Its great value will be realized by anyone who decides to delve into these pages. It provides a bird`s eye view of Greek Orthodox Patrology, and elucidates in a thorough and succinct way such basic topics as: who the Fathers are; the historical context of patristic literature; the nature and characteristics of Greek patristic literature; and the seven major periods of patristic literature from AD 90 through 1453, the capture of Constantinople.
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This unique workno other work yet available in English treats this subjectillustrates the contribution of these Councils in the development and formulation of Christian beliefs. It then shows how their legacies lingered throughout the centuries to inspireevery generation.
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Isaac the Syrian, also called Isaac of Nineveh, lived and wrote during ‘the golden age of syriac christian literature’ in the seventh century. Cut off by language and politics from the Churches of the Roman Empire and branded ‘Nestorian’, the Church of the East produced in isolation a rich theological literature which only now becoming known to outsiders. Yet over the centuries and in all parts of Christendom, Isaac's works have been read and recommended as unquestionably orthodox.
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The most fitting word with which to describe the Church Fathers` attitude toward women is ambivalence. Women were God`s creation, his good gift to men and the curse of the world. They were weak in both mind and character and displayed dauntless courage, undertook prodigious feats of scholarship. Vain, deceitful, brimming with lust they led men to Christ, fled sexual encounter, wavered not at the executioner`s threats, adorned themselves with sackcloth and ashes. Leaving the examination of the Fathers psyches to other specialists, this volume documents from an historical perspecitve the ways in which the Fathers praised and blamed, honored and disparaged the female sex.
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In his second volume on the Spirit, Burgess brings together a wealth of material - some of it previously unavailable in English translation - from Eastern Christian traditions, a rich heritage often overlooked in Western Christianity. By exploring the various ways in which the Third Person of the Trinity has been understood by theologians of Eastern Christianity, this volume shows how modern Christians can gain a wider vision and fuller understanding of the workings of the Holy Spirit in history and in our own generation.
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