The Art of Seeing The Sacred and Divine Liturgy
The Art of Seeing
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The Sacred and Divine Liturgy
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The Art of Seeing explores sacred images in light of Orthodox theology, making special use of perspectives and insights from the patristic interpretation of sacred texts. Drawing on the disciplines of art history, aesthetics, and theology, this innovative study explores the phenomenon of paradox – at once artistic, visual, and cognitive – through which sacred images disturb the eye and provoke the mind to reflection. READ MORE

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In the Beginning (Expanded Edition): A Fresh Look at the Early Chapters of Genesis Pain, Suffering and Resilience- Orthodox Christian Perspectives
Pain, Suffering and Resilience- Orthodox Christian Perspectives
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The first eleven chapters of Genesis contain theological truths which the world urgently needs. The present volume offers a verse-by-verse commentary on those chapters based on the Hebrew text, followed by a series of theological reflections distilling their timeless message. READ MORE Spiritual Integration in psychotherapy together with integrative approaches in medicine are increasingly recognized as offering the best care for those who suffer as well as for those who care for them. READ MORE
The Christian Heritage of Kosovo and Metohija: The Historical and Spiritual Heartland of the Serbian People The Prologue Of Ohrid
The Historical and Spiritual Heartland of the Serbian People This book on Serbia’s Christian Heritage in Kosovo and Metohija, its heartland in medieval times and through Ottoman domination, is intended to introduce to a wide reading public the oldest and richest treasury of Serbian medieval history and culture. READ MORE Lives of Saints, Hymns, Reflections, and Homilies for Every Day of the Year (Complete, Amplified, Revised, and Expanded) St Nikolai (1880-1956) has been called the “Serbian Chrysostom” for his theological depth and golden tongued eloquence. His Prologue has become a much-loved spiritual classic for Orthodox Christians worldwide. READ MORE