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MATTHEW 1-13—NEW TESTAMENT (VOL IA) (ANCIENT CHRISTIAN COMMENTARY ON SCRIPTURE)

Author: #: 10061
The Gospel of Matthew stands out as a favorite biblical text among patristic commentators. The patristic commentary tradition on Matthew begins with Origen`s pioneering twenty-five-volume commentary on the First Gospel in the mid-third century. In the Latin-speaking West, where commentaries did not appear until about a century later, the first commentary on Matthew was written by Hilary of Poitiers in the mid-fourth century.

Price: € 40.90 £ 32.68 $ 52.90

ANCIENT CHRISTIAN COMMENTARY—OLD TESTAMENT (VOL I)

Author: #: 10062
Price: € 40.90 £ 32.68 $ 52.90

ANCIENT CHRISTIAN COMMENTARY—OLD TESTAMENT (VOL II)

Author: #: 10063
Price: € 40.90 £ 32.68 $ 52.90

ANCIENT CHRISTIAN COMMENTARY—OLD TESTAMENT (VOL X)

Author: #: 10064
For the early church fathers the prophecy of Isaiah was not a compendium of Jewish history or theology but an announcement of the coming Messiah fulfilled in the life and ministry of Jesus of Nazareth. As such, the prophet`s words were a rich source of theological reflection concerning their Lord and a vital aid in their defense against the objections of the Jews that Jesus was the promised Messiah. The interpretation of Jesus` ministry in light of Isaiah`s prophecy was not a theological innovation on their part, but rather a following of the path blazed by the New Testament writers and Jesus himself.

Price: € 40.90 £ 32.68 $ 52.90

ISAIAH THROUGH THE AGES

Author: #: 10065
A compilation of previously unavailable commentaries by the Church Fathers on the Book of Isaiah. Fourth and fifth century exegetes are prominently featured, but excerpts from others, such as Ss Justin Martyr, Irenaeus, Athanasius of Alexandria, and Jerome, are also included. Modern commentary (from 1775 to the present) has been added to provide insight into the historical context, poetry, and structure. A short Judaic section points to Messianic passages and assists with obscure metaphors and references. The Prologue is excerpted from the works of Georges Florovsky.

Price: € 51.13 £ 40.86 $ 66.13

EXPLANATION OF THE NEW TESTAMENT

Author: BLESSED THEOPHYLACT, ARCHBISHOP OF OCHRID AND BULGARIA TRANSLATED BY FR. CHRISTOPHER STADE 4 VOLUMES - SOFTBOUND #: 10066
This classic Orthodox commentary of the New Testament was written about the year 1100 A.D. by a brilliant and saintly Byzantine Churchman. His commentary has remained a primary text of New Testament interpretation throughout the Orthodox world of Greece, Russia, Serbia, Bulgaria, and Romania. Blessed Theophylact distills the teaching of the earlier Church Fathers, especially Saint John Chrysostom, in language that is profound, powerful and direct.

Price: € 77.51 £ 61.94 $ 100.25

GRACE FOR GRACE: THE PSALTER AND THE HOLY FATHERS

Author: #: 10067
This beautiful hardcover volume is an anthology of commentaries by the Church Fathers of meditations relating to the Psalms and scriptural odes. It features extracts from Orthodox Christian festal and Lenten services that have been included as heuristic aides, as well as Old Testament passages from the Book of Kings.

Price: € 81.81 £ 65.37 $ 105.80

EXPLANATION OF THE NEW TESTAMENT

Author: BLESSED THEOPHYLACT, ARCHBISHOP OF OCHRID AND BULGARIA TRANSLATED BY FR. CHRISTOPHER STADE 4 VOLUMES - HARDBOUND #: 10068
This classic Orthodox commentary of the New Testament was written about the year 1100 A.D. by a brilliant and saintly Byzantine Churchman. His commentary has remained a primary text of New Testament interpretation throughout the Orthodox world of Greece, Russia, Serbia, Bulgaria, and Romania. Blessed Theophylact distills the teaching of the earlier Church Fathers, especially Saint John Chrysostom, in language that is profound, powerful and direct.

Price: € 91.98 £ 73.50 $ 118.96

THE SEPTUAGINT WITH APOCRAPHA: GREEK AND ENGLISH

Author: SIR LANCELOT BRENTON #: 10070
Price: € 45.96 £ 36.73 $ 59.44

THE ORTHODOX NEW TESTAMENT: VOL. 2: ACTS, EPISTLES, AND REVELATION

Author: #: 10071
With so many English New Testaments on the market, which version is most faithful to the original Greek? How do you choose one that reflects Orthodox perspective and theological content? Two Orthodox monasteries, labored seven years, with a committee of contributors, to present this fully illustrated Orthodox translation, which has been diligently compared against the original Greek text, the authorized version (1912) of the Patriarchate of Constantinople, and the King James Version. There was no compromise of accuracy and reliability in this brand-new translation which echoes the rhythms and idioms of the original Greek. This promises to be an enriched reading experience that gives you an in-depth understanding of God’s word, answering commonly asked textual and theological queries for vital and penetrating insights into God’s word.

Price: € 46.99 £ 37.55 $ 60.77
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