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Chapter 1 of The Seven Churches of Asia Minor By Steaven Snow
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This is a preview of a portion of a chapter of a book that will be published in the first quarter of 2010.
The Letters to the Seven Churches of Asia and Their Place in the Plan of the Apocalypse By William Mitchell Ramsey
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Jesus Christ instructs his servant John to write on a scroll what he sees and send it to the seven churches: Ephesus, Smyrna, Pergamos,Thyatira, Sardis, Philadelphia and Laodicea. The Seven Churches... More > of Asia are seven major churches of Early Christianity on the Roman province of Asia, as mentioned in the New Testament Book of Revelation. This is a reprint of the 1904 publication of Sir William Mitchell Ramsay (1851- 1939). He became the foremost authority of his day on the history of Asia Minor and a leading scholar in the study of the New Testament. He was educated at Oxford, and held several prestigious professorships, including First Professor of Classical Archaeology and Lincoln and Merton Professorship of Classical Archaeology and Art at Oxford, and Regius Professor of Humanity at the University of Aberdeen.< Less
A POET’S BAZAAR. PICTURES OF TRAVEL IN THE ORIENT By Hans Christian Andersen
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A POET’S BAZAAR. PICTURES OF TRAVEL IN THE ORIENT By Hans Christian Andersen. Translated into English from Danish.
Footnotes from Turkey By Jakob Schmidt
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These footnotes comprise observations made during a pilgrimage through the "Second Holy Land", i.e. Asia Minor, present-day Turkey, and some of the reflections (and perhaps flights of... More > fancy) inspired by the encounter with the relics and remnants of a fascinating history, especially a Christian past that dates back to apostolic times.< Less
Scriptural Expositions of Dr. Augustus Neander: III. The First Epistle of John, Practically Explained. By Augustus Neander
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In this book, Augustus Neander carefully explores practical and theoretical aspects of John's first epistle to the first century churches of Asia Minor against corruption. Neander begins by... More > discussing the political and religious climate under which John writes the epistle. It was John's task to remind the early Christians that the person of Christ is central to a complete and full understanding of Christianity. By exposing John's epistle, Neander aims to awaken the Christian consciousness. He suggests that Christianity is a way of life, not just a religion, and that the Christian church is the family of God, rather than an institution of creeds and hierarchies. Neander's careful illustration of the writings of John truly illuminates their spiritual value. This book is part of a larger series containing Neander's commentaries on the books of Philippians and James. -Emmalon Davis, CCEL Staff Writer< Less
Byzantine and Romanesque Court in the Crystal Palace By Matthew Digby Wyatt
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Catalogue for one of the great courts in the 1854 Crystal Palace at Sydenham. Detailed description of this exhibition, together with a brief survey of architectural and design history of Byzantium... More > and other parts of Christian Europe, including German and French Romanesque. Additional notes are provided on Irish art (550-1000AD), described as superior to Anglo-Saxon work in the same age, and on the effigies found in Temple Church, London belonging to the Order of the Temple, or Knights Templar. Facsimile of 1854 original edition.< Less
ARMENIA’S FRESCOES FROM URARTU AND CILICIA TO THE 21st CENTURY. 7000 Years of Art Treasures By Maximillien De Lafayette
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This is a fabulous book, elegantly printed, large format (Size: 8.50” x 11”) containing hundreds upon hundreds of photos in color, and rare/vintage illustrations, sketches, maps and... More > pictures. It includes: Armenia’s Early Frescoes. The Urartu era. Ancient Greco-Armenian frescoes and mosaic. Garni Temple. Armenia’s early Christian frescoes and figurative arts. Frescoes of medieval Armenia. Chronology and historical perspective of early Christian frescoes. 6th century and 7th century frescoes and murals. Between 921 and 930 A.D. Between 1,220 and 1,236 A.D. In the 14th century. Arrival of the Crusaders. In the 17th century and the 18th century. Frescoes from the Theodosia era to the 18th century. Armenia’s Modern and Contemporary Frescoes and Murals.< Less
A Gospel Harmony By Dale A. Johnson
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The Gospel favored by monks of Asia Minor in the first few hundred years of Christianity was not Matthew, Mark, Luke or John, but a compiled version of all four. This Gospel Harmony was created by... More > Tatian, a student of Justin Martyr, in about 150 AD. It may even be a textual echo of an earlier Aramaic logia. This is the Gospel of monks, the ascetics, and contemplatives.< Less
A Calendar of Orthodox Saints & Feast Days: Orthodox Service Books - Number 9 By Fr. Joseph Irvin
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The feast days and celebrations honoring the saints had become a common practice by the 4th c. The 20th canon of the Council of Gangra in Asia Minor (between (325 and 381) anathematizes those who... More > reject the feast days of the saints. Throughout early Christianity, Christians customarily met in the places where the martyrs had died, to build churches in their honor, venerate their relics and memory, and present their example for imitation by others. They also met on the day of their death to commemorate "their new birthday, the day they entered into their new life, in Heaven." To this day the Orthodox have maintained the liturgical custom of meeting on the day of the saint's death, of building churches honoring their names, and of paying special respect to their relics and icons. The 7th Ecumenical Council declares that "we adore and respect God our Lord; and those who have been genuine servants of our common Lord we honor and venerate because they have the power to make us friends with God the King of all."< Less
A Calendar of Orthodox Saints & Feast Days: Orthodox Service Books - Number 9 By Fr. Joseph Irvin
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The feast days and celebrations honoring the saints had become a common practice by the 4th c. The 20th canon of the Council of Gangra in Asia Minor (between (325 and 381) anathematizes those who... More > reject the feast days of the saints. Throughout early Christianity, Christians customarily met in the places where the martyrs had died, to build churches in their honor, venerate their relics and memory, and present their example for imitation by others. They also met on the day of their death to commemorate "their new birthday, the day they entered into their new life, in Heaven." To this day the Orthodox have maintained the liturgical custom of meeting on the day of the saint's death, of building churches honoring their names, and of paying special respect to their relics and icons. The 7th Ecumenical Council declares that "we adore and respect God our Lord; and those who have been genuine servants of our common Lord we honor and venerate because they have the power to make us friends with God the King of all."< Less

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Our World Our World By Deleah Payne
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