St. Basil the Blessed, Fool for Christ's Sake, Wonderworker of Moscow.
Reprinted from Orthodox Life, the Life of St. Basil is one of the many accounts of fools for the sake of Christ which put to the test our customary rationalist ways of looking at the works of God. They are as necessary, perhaps more so, to our spiritual growth as more "orderly" catechetical and theological study. Newly edited & typeset text.
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The Calendar Question, by Fr. Basil Sakkas.
Out of print for more than 30 years, it is a pleasure to be able to make this brilliant work once again available. While thoroughly exploring the devastating results of tampering with the Church Calendar, the work goes far beyond to confront the issues of modernism and ecumenism which are the inevitable bed-fellows of such treason. Cleanly written, easily understood by anyone, and very persuasive. It is no less relevant (perhaps more so) today than when it was written in 1971. If demand is sufficient, we'll consider a perfect-bound edition (probably at somewhat lower cost). Print-on-demand, but a small inventory will normally be kept.
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A Spiritual Psalter: Reflections on God; St. Ephraim the Syrian. Our best-selling title. For full description, use the search window.
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Slain for Their Faith: Orthodox Christian Martyrs under Moslem Oppression. Many of the more than a hundred accounts included appeared previously in the long out of print New-Martyrs of the Turkish Yoke, but have here undergone rigorous editing. See much more detail in the main listing. Hard-bound.
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Menaion of the Orthodox Church, vol V (January), 2nd edition. Second edition is now complete; see all volumes by searching for "Menaion".
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