The Book of Jonah is one of the most loved books of the Old Testament. A captivating story of repentance and obedience to God’s calling. Now for the first time an Orthodox Bible Study Series for teenagers . Jonah for Teens, will help you re-live this fascinating story using maps, timelines and interesting fun facts. This Orthodox Bible Study series for teenagers is based on the 21st century’s most prominent Orthodox bible scholar, Fr. Tadros Yakoub Malaty. The Orthodox Bible Study series for teens is a great way to understand the bible and learn how it can change your life.
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St Athanasius’ On the Incarnation is arguably one of his most famous writings utilized throughout Orthodox theological discussions worldwide. Yet many find it complex and overwhelming. On The Incarnation for Teens is an easy-to-read, instructional book which simplifies the deep theological discussions that are in the original text. This book helps answer many common questions [...]
The Great Lent is divided into seven weeks, each commencing with a significant event on Sunday. The Church has selected these Sunday readings specifically so that we might benefit on our journey through the fifty-five day period of fasting, giving us strength and reassurance when we need it most. Each week holds a significant event [...]
St Paul’s first letter to the Corinthians is one of the most engaging letters of St Paul. The issues that St Paul deals with in this letter are not only relevant to us today on a personal level but also on a community level. Ask yourself these questions; are there factions in the group you [...]
The Gospel of John is a very interesting gospel with many stories about Jesus that are not mentioned in the other gospels. In this Gospel Jesus encounters many individuals from all walks of life and St John emphasises the way their lives were changed as a result of that encounter. Reading this gospel together in [...]
Holy Week for Teens highlights the most crucial and important events of Holy Week. It is a simple yet detailed description of the day-by-day and night-by-night events that took place during the final week of Christ’s life, giving relevant contemplations and practical applications that suites teenagers. The book contains sayings of the Fathers and what [...]
The book of Job is regarded as one of the wisdom books found in the Old Testament, fit for all times and all people. It speaks of the sufferings of a blessed man by the name of Job who has to deal with many tribulations as well as the accusations of his friends. In all [...]
The translation of the commentary of Cyril of Alexandria (ca. 376-444) on the Pentateuch, known as the Glaphyra, or “elegant comments,” is now completed by this second volume. Volume 1 contained the whole of his remarks on Genesis, and now Volume 2 presents his comments on Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers, and Deuteronomy, along with indices for [...]
Full color, reproducible book on the The Tabernacle, with clear plastic overlays of the coverings of the “tent of meeting.” The Tabernacle was the place where the Israelites worshiped God after the Exodus. Learn how the sacrifices, utensils, and even the structure of the tabernacle were designed to show us something about God. See the [...]
Orthodox Christian Bible Commentary: 1 & 2 Timothy, Titus, and Philemon By: His Grace Bishop Youssef This Orthodox Christian commentary is derived from a series of sermons given by His Grace Bishop Youssef of the Coptic Orthodox Diocese of the Southern United States, where His Grace has been serving in this capacity since the early [...]
Ambrosiaster (“Star of Ambrose”) is the name given to the anonymous author of the earliest complete Latin commentary on the thirteen epistles of Paul. The commentaries were thought to have been written by Ambrose throughout the Middle Ages, but their authorship was challenged by Erasmus, whose arguments have proved decisive. The commentaries, which serve as [...]
Homilies on Hannah, David and Saul Volume One By: St. John Chrysostom The homilies on David and Saul speak very well concerning loving our enemies and those who persecute us. The homilies on Hannah speak of prayer and touch upon being barren and the raising of children.