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THE HOLY SPIRIT: EASTERN CHRISTIAN TRADITIONS

Author: STANLEY M. BURGESS #: 10308
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.

Price: € 31.45 £ 26.26 $ 34.50

A CLOUD OF WITNESSES: AN INTRODUCTORY HISTORY OF THE DEVELOPMENT OF CHRISTIAN DOCTRINE TO 500 AD

Author: DAVID N. BELL #: 10309
"An introduction to the fascinating study of patristics, of how Christians over five hundred years forged the deposit of faith. Recommended to anyone interested in learning Church history or doctrine, especially the young people and their teachers"—Coptic Church Review

  • Publisher: Cistercian Publications; 2 Revised edition (October 31, 2007)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0879072180
  • ISBN-13: 9780879072186
  • Paperback: 235 pages
Price: € 35.16 £ 29.35 $ 38.57

THE LUMINOUS EYE: THE SPIRITUAL WORLD VISION OF SAINT EPHREM THE SYRIAN

Author: SEBASTIAN BROCK #: 10311
This spiritual worldly vision of St. Ephrem the Syrian, a fourth century Syriac Father who is relatively unknown, yet the author claims, should be grouped with the likes of St. Athanasius, St. Basil and the two Gregorys. This study of the spiritual world of St. Ephrem, explains his sources, symbols and theology.

Price: € 46.49 £ 38.81 $ 50.99

GOLDEN MOUTH: THE STORY OF JOHN CHRYSOSTOM: ASCETIC, PREACHER, BISHOP

Author: J. N. D. KELLY #: 10312
A study of the life and writings of St. John Chrysostom by the author of Early Christian Doctrines and Early Christian Creeds.

Price: € 46.49 £ 38.81 $ 50.99

EARLY CHRISTIAN CREEDS

Author: J.N.D. KELLY #: 10313
This is a comprehensive study of the rise, development and use of credal formularies in the creative centuries of the Church`s history. Opens with an examination of credal elements in the New Testament and continues with an enquiry into the relation of creeds to the rite of baptism. The chapters that follow are devoted to a study of the evidence for "the rule of faith" in the second century; a long discussion of the Old Roman Creed; and a consideration of the creeds of the Eastern Church and their relation to Western creeds and to those propounded by the fourth-century councils. Particular attention is given to the Council of Nicaea and the Nicene Creed. In addition, there is a lengthy and largely original reconstruction of the expansion of the Roman Creed and its acceptance thoughout Europe as the present Apostles` Creed. Two valuable features of the book are the emphasis it lays on the liturgical setting of ancient creeds, and the attempt it makes to elucidate their theology as it was understood by those who framed them.

Price: € 62.84 £ 52.46 $ 68.93

FAITH OF THE EARLY FATHERS (3 VOLS)

Author: #: 10314
Volume I: Covers the period of the pre-Nicene and Nicene eras, providing an anthology of the more imporpant patristic passages. Softbound. 474 pages.
Volume II: Devoted to the post-Nicene and Constantinopolitan eras and stops short of Augustine. Its principal luminaries are SS. Basil, the two Gregorys, Chrysostom, Ambrose and Jerome. Softbound. 316 pages.
Volume III: Covers from St. Augustine inclusive to the end of the patristic period marked by the death of St. Isidore of Seville in the West and St. John Damascene in the East. Softbound. 450 pp.

Price: € 67.31 £ 56.19 $ 73.83

HISTORY OF THEOLOGY: THE PATRISTIC PERIOD (VOL I)

Author: #: 10315
The authors have written a detailed study of how theology was done in the fourth and fifth centuries. They describe the socio-cultural scene of the Christian community in the Constantinian and Theodosian eras (known as the age of the Church of the Empire or the Imperial Church) and define the conditions in which pastors and thinkers sought to help the faithful understand their religion. They present the intellectual labors through which the writers of the post-Nicene Church, using the scientific tools available, set out to actualize the Word of God as found in the sacred writings.

Price: € 125.75 £ 104.98 $ 137.93

PATROLOGY (4 VOLUMES)

Author: JOHANNES QUASTEN AND ANGELO DI BERARDINO #: 10316
A monumental work that presents a solid introduction to early Christian literature to the English reading public. It is the first work of its kind written originally in English. Reviewers were unanimous in heaping praise upon the publication and looking upon it as a breakthrough in studying the Fathers of the Church. This achievement was completed with the publication of Patrology, Volume IV. Because of health difficulties, Johannes Quasten was unable to finish his masterwork. Fortunately, the Augustinian Patristic Institute of Rome decided to complete the Patrology; its work is translated under the direction of Angelo di Berardino in the present volume IV.

Price: € 188.65 £ 157.49 $ 206.93

DISPUTATION WITH PYRRHUS OF OUR FATHER AMONG THE SAINTS MAXIMUS THE CONFESSOR

Author: #: 10317
This valuable book contains a translation of the major Christological debate between St. Maximus and Pyrrhus over whether our Lord had one will or two.

Price: € 12.58 £ 10.50 $ 13.80

THE PRAYER OF ST EPHREM: A BIBLICAL COMMENTARY

Author: #: 10318
St. Ephrem the Syrian (306-379) is perhaps one of the most prolific Fathers of the Eastern Church, composing four-hundred liturgical hymns and scriptural commentaries, earning him such titles as the Harp of the Spirit and the Pillar of the Church. St. Ephrem is best known for the short prayer, The Prayer of St. Ephrem, which is used throughout the season of Great Lent. The prayer outlines both the sins and virtues of community life: sloth, despair, lusting of power, idle talk; as well as chastity humility, patience, and love for the neighbor. The Prayer of St. Ephrem: A Biblical Commentary provides the reader with the scriptural background to the words and metaphors contained in this short but inspirational prayer. This book is a good resource for either personal devotion or for small group Bible Studies in the parish.

Price: € 13.78 £ 11.50 $ 15.11
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