Monthly Archives: November 2016

Nativity Homily of St. Isaac of Nineveh

This Christmas night [Christ] bestowed peace on the whole world; So let no one threaten; This is the night of the Most Gentle One – Let no one be cruel; This is the night of the Humble One – Let … Continue reading

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Liturgy in Early Jesus Worship

A series of proto-credal or liturgical formulae can be discerned cerned in the text which suggest that it is natural to speak twice or thrice over when speaking of God. On the basis of the claim that the text is … Continue reading

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Unity and Regula in Anglicanism

But if Anglicanism cannot decide what the Office is, tradition is quite firm upon the point: it is the daily, objective, corporate offering of praise to God the Father through Jesus Christ, it is a partaking in the eternal praise … Continue reading

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