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  1. Person in the Orthodox Tradition, The

    Person in the Orthodox Tradition, The

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    Translated by Esther Williams. Learn More
  2. Service of Small Paraklesis to the Most Holy Theotokos. English and Greek texts.

    Service of Small Paraklesis to the Most Holy Theotokos. English and Greek texts.

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    A Greek and English text. The translation of the English is set to the meter of the original Byzantine hymns. Learn More
  3. Turning to Tradition. Converts and the making of an American Orthodox Church

    Turning to Tradition. Converts and the making of an American Orthodox Church

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    Recent years have seen increasing numbers of Protestant and Catholic Christians converting to Eastern Orthodox Christianity. In this book D. Oliver Herbel examines Christian converts to Orthodoxy who served as exemplars and leaders for convert movements in America during the twentieth century. These convert groups include Carpatho Rusyns, African Americans, and Evangelicals. Learn More
  4. Nearly Orthodox. On being a modern woman in an ancient tradition

    Nearly Orthodox. On being a modern woman in an ancient tradition

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    Subtitle: On being a modern woman in an ancient tradition by Angela Doll Carlson From Catholic schoolgirl to punk rocker to emergent church planter, Angela Doll Carlson traveled a spiritual path that in many ways mirrors that of a whole generation. She takes us with her on a deep and revealing exploration of the forces that drove her toward Orthodoxy and the challenges that long kept her from fully entering in. About the Author: Angela Doll Carlson is a poet and essayist whose work has appeared in Burnside Writer’s Collective, Image Journal’s “Good Letters,” St. Katherine Review, Rock & Sling Journal, Ruminate Magazine’s blog, and Art House America. You can also find her writing online at Mrsmetaphor.com, NearlyOrthodox.com, and DoxaSoma.com. Angela and her husband, David, currently raise their four chaos-makers in the wilds of Chicago with some measurable success. What Reviewers Say: With uncommonly keen insight born of uncommonly keen honesty, Angela Doll Carlson has given us an uncommon pilgrim’s journey, one that might actually serve, comfort, and assist other pilgrims along the way. —Scott Cairns, author of Short Trip to the Edge and Idiot Psalms Because [this writer] is a poet, her deeply felt and unsparingly described progress as a seeker resounds with freshness. There is some extraordinarily authentic writing here, some insights of profound simplicity and truth, . . . a story penetratingly painful but revelatory. She tells us that Orthodoxy settled into her, soul and skin. And we believe her. —Luci Shaw, author of Scape: Poems, and Adventure of Ascent: Field Notes from a Lifelong Journey; Writer in Residence, Regent College Angela Doll Carlson has been a chain-smoking poet, a singer in a punk band, a tattooed mother who types film scripts while nursing her infant daughter. Indeed, she’s unorthodox in almost every sense of the word . . . except for the one that ultimately comes to matter. A wise and beautiful memoir. —David McGlynn, author of A Door in the Ocean and The End of the Straight and Narrow With deft, poetic writing, Angela Doll Carlson recounts the struggle to know herself, to know herself in God, and to know herself in and through the ancient tradition of Eastern Orthodoxy. Her story resounds with truth, humor and the desire to encounter the holy. Highly recommended. —Mary C. Earle, author of The Desert Mothers: Spiritual Practices from the Women of the Wilderness Learn More
  5. Orthodox Understanding of Salvation. “Theosis” in Scripture and Tradition.

    Orthodox Understanding of Salvation. “Theosis” in Scripture and Tradition.

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    The Orthodox Understanding of Salvation “Theosis” in Scripture and Tradition The Orthodox Understanding of Salvation brings together some of Dr. Veniamin’s talks and articles, hitherto available in relatively little-known theological journals and periodicals. Learn More
  6. Therapy of Spiritual Illnesses : An Introduction to the Ascetic Tradition of the Orthodox Church

    Therapy of Spiritual Illnesses : An Introduction to the Ascetic Tradition of the Orthodox Church

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    A vast synthesis of patristic and ascetic oriental teachings from the 1st to 14th centuries, this study presents a renewed vision of the Christian doctrine of salvation and constitutes a veritable treaty, both theoretical and practical, of spiritual psychology and medicine, as well as a summation of Orthodox spirituality that has no equivalent. Learn More
  7. Innovation in the Orthodox Christian Tradition?

    Innovation in the Orthodox Christian Tradition?

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    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 20th centuries. For a long period of time scholars have typically assumed Greek Orthodoxy to be a static religious tradition with little room for renewal or change. Although this public perception continues, the immutability of the Greek Orthodox tradition has been questioned by several scholars over the past few years. This book continues this line of reasoning, but brings it into the centre of contemporary discussion. Presenting case studies from different periods of history up to the present day, the authors trace different aspects in the development of innovation and renewal in Orthodox Christianity in the Greek-speaking world and among the Diaspora. Learn More
  8. Experience of God. Orthodox Dogmatic Theology, Vol. 3: The Person of Jesus Christ as God and Saviour

    Experience of God. Orthodox Dogmatic Theology, Vol. 3: The Person of Jesus Christ as God and Saviour

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    "In this, the third volume of The Experience of God, Fr. Dumitru Staniloae's Orthodox Dogmatic Theology (the third half-volume of the Romanian original), we find his treatment of Christology, of the Person and work of our Lord Jesus Christ. At first sight, it seems a very traditional treatment - biblical witness of both the Old and New Testaments, the patristic witness, the theology of the Incarnation, and then a treatment of Christ's work as Prophet, Priest, and King - but the traditional structure...disguises an account of Christ that, though certainly deeply traditional and Orthodox, is challening and even revolutionary in its approach." -From the introduction by Andrew Louth . Learn More
  9. Deification in Christ : Orthodox Perspectives on the Nature of the Human Person

    Deification in Christ : Orthodox Perspectives on the Nature of the Human Person

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    Provides an excellent introduction to patristic anthropology but also clearly demonstrates the internal consistency and coherence of the Orthodox understanding of the human being's relationship to God and the world. Learn More
  10. Giver of Life : The Holy Spirit in Orthodox Tradition

    Giver of Life : The Holy Spirit in Orthodox Tradition

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    Reflecting on the relationship of the Holy Spirit to the Church, to the world, and to the human person, Giver of Life looks to the impressive biblical and liturgical tradition of Orthodox Christianity. Learn More

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