At a time when so many disaffected Christians are trying to recreate the Church from scratch, Fr. James offers a clear and accessible apology for simply returning to what Christ’s Church was always meant to be.
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The four volumes of the Christian Living Series are the fruit of a catechism class that the late bishop Youanis used to teach to university students who came to Cairo from other states to study. The Chapters of these volumes have been a hand book for many Christians who are pursuing their spiritual path and [...]
The greatest summary of our Orthodox Christian faith is made understandable to young people. Using stories, the author simplifies the truths of the Creed and makes them relevant to the lives of young people in today’s world. Designed to instruct the basic truths of the Orthodox faith as expressed in the Nicene Creed. A study [...]
Through the blood He trampled death by His death. He passed-over with those who were in the graves to eternal life. Such is the journey of the Passover that was intended by God. It took various forms throughout the breadth of time, yet each time the Passover did not occur except through the blood.
Product Description Subtitle: Reclaiming the Apostolic Tradition of Evangelism Does “Orthodox evangelism” sound like an oxymoron? It shouldn’t. The Orthodox Church has an unbroken tradition of evangelism that goes back to the Apostles. But Orthodox evangelism does look rather different from the Protestant variety. With his characteristic straightforward and humorous style, Fr. Michael Keiser covers [...]
The expression churchianity was coined by C. S. Lewis. Isn t it a word that describes the parable of Christ or rather, the event in which the Lord Jesus Christ pronounced his condemnation on the barren fig tree? Had it been barren, leafless, dead, Christ would not have condemned it. He might even have spoken [...]