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- This volume contains The Sermon on the Mount (De sermone Domini in monte), Agreement Among the Evangelists (De consensu evangelistarum), Questions on the Gospels (Quaestiones evangeliorum), and Seventeen Questions on Matthew (Quaestiones XVII in Matthaeum). VIEW IN PAPERBACK EDITION
- Six major treatises presented in this volume include Miscellany of Questions in Response to Simplician I, The Punishment and Forgiveness of Sins and the Baptism of Little Ones, The Spirit and the Letter, Nature and Grace, The Predestination of the Saints, and The Gift of Perseverance.
- The appearance in 1965 of Orthodoxy, a masterpiece of synthesis, was a landmark in religious publishing and earned for its author a doctorate of theology from the Institut Saint-Serge in Paris. Paul Evdokimov here circumvents all scholastic theology on the one hand, and the traditional approach of the ‘Dogmatic’ theologians on the other, to develop an original synthesis of Orthodox theological thinking. Although he constantly quotes the Fathers, he does so creatively, so as not simply to repeat them, but to incarnate their spirit in our own time and for our future.
- The early Christians understood the importance of the Eucharist as an essential element in the Christian life. The writings of the Church Fathers give witness to this fact, and in this fascinating book, the author leads to a deeper understanding of the Eucharist by examining what they have to say about it.
- Trilogy on Faith and Happiness reveals Augustine’s insight into fundamental existential questions and his conviction that human fulfillment can be found only in the incarnation of Jesus, the Word and Wisdom of God. It will prove especially useful for spiritual reading and for students of Christian spirituality.
- Clément’s masterly exposition of the mysticism of the Fathers, already regarded as a modern classic, is now in its third edition. “There are some books so good that all one wants to say is: ‘Go out, buy it and read it – it is marvellous’. So it is with this fine translation.” Andrew Louth, Fairacres Chronicle
- This classic exposition of the Christian faith has been frequently and creatively adapted to serve the needs of education in faith in many different contexts. Augustine’s understanding of the problems faced by religious educators demonstrates his profound grasp of the human condition.
- Commentaries on Psalms 121 to 150 by Saint Augustine. A translation for the 21st Century. Includes bibliographical references and indexes. Augustine tried to harmonize the Old Testament’s declarations about the final destiny of human beings with the eschatological faith of the Church, and so to make them available for use in Christian prayer.
- Commentaries on Psalms 99 to 120 by Saint Augustine. A translation for the 21st Century. The prophetic character of the psalms - Augustine’s fundamental conviction is that the psalms represent a prophecy of the new covenant, and only acquire their true and full meaning at this level of understanding: “Let this be written for another generation" Ps. 101. VIEW IN HARDBACK EDITION