This publication presents a new translation of the letter of Abba Antony the Great along with commentary in which Abba Antony the Great teaches the importance of one to know themselves and by knowing oneself one knows God. He says, “Truly, my beloved, “I write to you as to wise men” (cf. 1 Cor. 10:15), who have been able to know yourselves. For he who knows himself knows God and he who knows God, is worthy to worship Him as is proper. My beloved in the Lord, know yourselves! For those who know themselves know their time, and those who know their time are able to stand upright, and not be moved about by diverse tongues”
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Many people today are uncertain about what they believe and how they should live. They seek for a tradition that demonstrates antiquity and possesses authenticity. This newly translated volume of the writings of the Orthodox spiritual teacher Ignatius Brianchaninov offers a vision of a life that flows from following Christ. The field is both a [...]
This book was so popular and beneficial for those leading a spiritual life in pre-Revolutionary Russia that it was reprinted several times and distributed to all monasteries, sketes, and many parishes. It was a main guidebook for female monastic aspirants, giving them a right understanding of how to dedicate their lives to God. By reading [...]
Bringing Jesus to the Desert examines the lives and teachings of the Desert Fathers and Mothers which are applicable to Christians today. These illustrations of faith in the lands once inhabited by Bible characters still shadow Christianity in the Middle East, and are a forgotten but needed revelation in the West.
The Life and Conduct of the Holy and Blessed Teacher Synkletike By St. Athanasius the Apostolic The first accurate English translation of this classic work, it presents a brief account of St. Synkletike’s early years and her initial monastic struggles. There then follows a lengthy discourse on her teachings, which are presented as though she [...]