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The Rule for Holy Communion: Canons, Order of Preparation, and Prayers After Holy Communion

by Holy Trinity Monastery

Back by popular demand, this comprehensive booklet contains all the prayers necessary for an Orthodox Christian preparing to receive Holy Communion, as well as the post-Communion Prayers of Thanksgiving. Also...

The Acts of  Apostles

by Averky Taushev, Nicholas Kotar & Vitaly Permiakov

Writing in the tradition of biblical exegetes, such as St John Chrysostom, Blessed Theophylact of Bulgaria, and St Theophan the Recluse, the work of Archbishop Averky (Taushev) provides a commentary that is...

Energy in Orthodox Theology and Physics: From Controversy to Encounter

by Stoyan Tanev & David Bradshaw

It is well known that energy is a fundamental concept in physics. Much less well known is that it is also a key concept in Eastern Christian or Orthodox theology. This book from Dr. Stoyan Tanev--a physicist,...

Being the Church: An Eastern Orthodox Understanding of Church Growth

by Edward Rommen

If the divine liturgy really is as beautiful as we claim, wouldn't more people attend? Wouldn't the church grow?  Driven by our desire for growth, we count, we analyze, we make charts, and we strategize, but...

Poems - glass

by Anastasia Volnaya

This book presents selected poetry and prose of the Moscow poet Anastasia

Volnaya. I think that this poem shows the main idea of the book:

Poems - glass

Through them you look

And you see,

That without glass

To see...

As lilies white

by Anastasia Volnaya

Poems and essays by the poet Anastasia Volnaya. All of them are exclusively devoted to love and faith. Faith in love, in the power of goodness and justice, in the possibility of a wonder and a feeling of a sense...

Theology and Form: Contemporary Orthodox Architecture in America

by Nicholas Denysenko

In Theology and Form: Contemporary Orthodox Architecture in America, Nicholas Denysenko profiles seven contemporary Eastern Orthodox communities in the United States and analyzes how their ecclesiastical identities...

Five Models of Spiritual Direction in the Early Church

by George E. Demacopoulos

Five Models of Spiritual Direction in the Early Church explores the struggles of five clerics (Athanasius, Gregory Nazianzen, Augustine of Hippo, John Cassian, and Pope Gregory I) to reconcile their ascetic...

Languages and Cultures of Eastern Christianity: Greek

by Scott Fitzgerald Johnson

This volume brings together a set of fundamental contributions, many translated into English for this publication, along with an important introduction. Together these explore the role of Greek among Christian...

Doctrine and Debate in the East Christian World, 300-1500

by Averil Cameron & Robert Hoyland

The reign of Constantine (306-37), the starting point for the series in which this volume appears, saw Christianity begin its journey from being just one of a number of competing cults to being the official...

Orthodoxy and Islam: Theology and Muslim-Christian Relations in Modern Greece and Turkey

by Archimandrite Nikodemos Anagnostopoulos

Church History reveals that Christianity has its roots in Palestine during the first century and was spread throughout the Mediterranean countries by the Apostles. However, despite sharing the same ancestry,...

Eastern Orthodox Christianity and American Higher Education: Theological, Historical, and Contemporary Reflections

by Ann Mitsakos Bezzerides & Elizabeth H. Prodromou

Over the last two decades, the American academy has engaged in a wide-ranging discourse on faith and learning, religion and higher education, and Christianity and the academy. Eastern Orthodox Christians, however,...

The Papacy and the Orthodox

by A. Edward Siecienski

The Papacy and the Orthodox examines the centuries-long debate over the primacy and authority of the Bishop of Rome, especially in relation to the Christian East, and offers a comprehensive history of the debate...

St. John Chrysostom Oratorical Festival Manual: 2017 Edition

by Anton C Vrame

Introduced in 1983, the St. John Chrysostom Oratorical Festival provides Greek Orthodox teenagers the opportunity to write and talk about their faith. The Oratorical Festival Program begins at the parish level...

Metropolitan Anthony of Sourozh: A Life

by Avril Pyman

A biography of Metropolitan Anthony of Sourozh, based on published and unpublished materials, interviews with surviving contemporaries and the author's own experience as a pupil of Russian émigrés, of life...

The Field: Cultivating Salvation

by Ignatius Brianchaninov & Nicholas Kotar

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...

Arab Orthodox Christians Under the Ottomans 1516-1831

by Constantin Panchenko, Samuel Noble & Brittany Pheiffer Noble

Following the so called "Arab Spring" the world's attention has been drawn to the presence of significant minority religious groups within the predominantly Islamic Middle East. Of these minorities Christians...

Digital Orthodoxy in the Post-Soviet World: The Russian Orthodox Church and Web 2.0

by Mikhail Suslov

This volume explores the relationship between new media and religion, focusing on the digital era’s impact on the Russian Orthodox Church. A believer may now enter a virtual chapel, light a candle through...

Taught By God: Making Sense of the Difficult Sayings of Jesus

by Daniel Fanous

Few would dispute that the sayings of Jesus were and are important. But though important, these very same sayings are difficult at best and incomprehensible at worst. Sayings like, "The kingdom of heaven suffers...

Innovation in the Orthodox Christian Tradition?: The Question of Change in Greek Orthodox Thought and Practice

by Trine Stauning Willert & Lina Molokotos-Liederman

The relationship between tradition and innovation in Orthodox Christianity has often been problematic, filled with tensions and contradictions starting from the Byzantine era and running through the 19th and...