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New! Commentary on the Ephesians - Softbound

Explanation of the Epistle of St. Paul to the Ephesians

Blessed Theophylact of Ochrid,

with additional commentary

by St. Nicodemus of the Holy Mountain

EPE

This book is the second volume published in the series of the Epistles of St. Paul. These works are the standard Orthodox Christian commentaries on the New Testament, condensing the wisdom of the Church since the time of the early church fathers. This volume incorporates an expansion of Blessed Theophylact’s work by St. Nicodemus of the Holy Mountain, an 18th century saint who speaks with the same voice as his predecessors. 

The Apostle Paul proclaims the greatness of God’s love for us, and our salvation in Jesus Christ, through the Holy Spirit. His epistle moves from the promise of the glory that awaits us when we turn away from our old sinful habits to embrace the richness of God’s grace. He returns again and again to the glory of His eternal will and purpose for us. Calling us to the fulness of the love of Christ, he gives instruction on how to love God and our neighbor. The commentary reveals the depth of every phrase, emphasizing the reality of the Church as the Body of Christ, and the building up of the temple of God.

Softbound:  $16.00
e-book:  $6.95

Commentary on the Epistles - Softbound
Explanation of The Epistle of St. Paul to the Galatians
Blessed Theophylact of Ochrid
EPG
This volume contains Blessed Theophylact’s commentary on the Epistle to the Galatians. Although St. Paul wrote this letter to address the particular issue of circumcision that was troubling the young churches of Galatia, its purpose goes much deeper.  A central theme of the Epistle is the question of the essence of the Christian life—is it based on correct practices or on faith?  St. Paul explains the purpose of the Judaic law, and the necessity of moving beyond its practice to the new, very different life based on faith in Christ. The depth of the Apostle’s care for his flock is evident as he strives to draw them away from the old understanding of sin, into the new knowledge of the glory and love of Christ.
New Testament Commentary - Hardbound
The Explanation of the Gospels - Four Volume Set
Blessed Theophylact of Ochrid
ESH
This classic Orthodox commentary of the New Testament was written about the year 1100 A.D. by a brilliant and saintly Orthodox hierarch. His commentary has remained a primary text of New Testament interpretation throughout the Orthodox world of Greece, Russia, Serbia, Bulgaria, and Romania. Blessed Theophylact distills the teaching of the earlier Church Fathers, especially Saint John Chrysostom, in language that is profound, powerful and direct. Translated from the Greek by Fr Christopher Stade.Hardbound.
Hardbound:  $93.95
 
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New Testament Commentary - Softbound
The Explanation of the Gospels - Four Volume Set
Blessed Theophylact of Ochrid
ESS
This classic Orthodox commentary of the New Testament was written about the year 1100 A.D. by a brilliant and saintly Orthodox hierarch. His commentary has remained a primary text of New Testament interpretation throughout the Orthodox world of Greece, Russia, Serbia, Bulgaria, and Romania. Blessed Theophylact distills the teaching of the earlier Church Fathers, especially Saint John Chrysostom, in language that is profound, powerful and direct. Translated from the Greek by Fr Christopher Stade.Softbound.

Lives of the Saints
The Great Collection - Eight Volume Set
Compiled by Saint Demetrius of Rostov
LSH

When complete, this series will contain twelve volumes, one for each month of the Church year, beginning with September. Each volume includes one or more full length lives for each day of the month, about 50 in total. Also includes homilies for major feastdays. Set currently includes September, October, November, December, January, February, March, and April. Compiled by Saint Demetrius of Rostov and translated from the Slavonic by Fr Thomas Maretta. Hardbound.

Hardbound:  $232.00
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