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De civitate Dei I-XIII By Aurelius Augustinus
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The first thirteen books of St. Augustine's classic work De civitate Dei, with the Latin text and critical notes as found in Hoffman's 1899 edition.
De civitate Dei XIV-XXII By Aurelius Augustinus
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The last nine books of St. Augustine's classic work De civitate Dei, with the Latin text and critical notes as found in Hoffman's 1899 edition.
De principiis iuris canonici By Dominicus Bouix
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Dominique Bouix was a French canonist, active in the 19th century, who spent a great deal of his life combating the errors of the Gallicans. The author of ten learned and erudite canonical treatises... More > dealing with various topics, including the pope, the Roman Curia, and liturgical law, this particular volume is an exposition of the principles of canon law. The work is divided into four parts: 1° on the nature of canon law; 2° on the sources of canon law; 3° on the historical evolution of canon law; 4° on the constitutive law of the Church. This reprint is taken from the second edition of the work; as the author notes in his prooemium, at the time of the first edition’s preparation for printing in Paris, he was at Rome and could not oversee personally the editing and correction of the manuscript, nor commit it to another, and as a result that edition was plagued with many errors and mutilations of the text.< Less
The Stromata, or Miscellanies of Clemens Alexandrius By Apostle Arne Horn
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Titus Flavius Clemens (c. 150 – c. 215), known as Clement of Alexandria to distinguish him from the earlier Clement of Rome, was a Christian theologian who taught at the Catechetical school of... More > Alexandria. A convert to Christianity, he was an educated man who was familiar with classical Greek philosophy and literature. As his three major works demonstrate, Clement was influenced by Hellenistic philosophy to a greater extent than any other Christian thinker of his time, and in particular by Plato and the stoics His secret works, which exist only in fragments, suggest that he was also familiar with pre-Christian Jewish esotericism and Gnostism. In one of his works he argued that Greek philosophy had its origin among non-Greeks, claiming that both Plato and Pythogoras were taught by Egyptian scholars. Among his pupils were Origen and Alexander of Jerusalem. Clement is regarded as a Church Father, like Origen.< Less
De Valore Notarum Theologicarum By Sixtus Cartechini S.J.
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This is the guide to the Church's official qualifications which designate the exact status of any theological statement between the two opposite extremes of "dogma" (taught by the Church to... More > be revealed truth) and "heresy" (condemned by the Church as opposed to revealed truth). It also contains solid refutation of recent Modernistic and Kantian errors. Compiled for the use of advanced theology students in Rome in 1951, with the Roman diocesan Imprimatur. A classic. Yes, this work is written in Latin !< Less
Царь Соломон. Рим и Эфиопия By Aleksey Vinogradov
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The book of A.G. Vinogradov «Tsar Solomon. Rome and Ethiopia» tells of the Ethiopian version of the history of King Solomon, its connection with the history of the formation of the Holy... More > Roman Empire and the Russian Church. Opens new pages of history.Connects the past and the present.< Less
ЦАРЬ СОЛОМОН. Рим и Эфиопия By Aleksey Vinogradov
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The book of A.G. Vinogradov «Tsar Solomon. Rome and Ethiopia» tells of the Ethiopian version of the history of King Solomon, its connection with the history of the formation of the Holy... More > Roman Empire and the Russian Church. Opens new pages of history.Connects the past and the present.< Less
Aramaic New Testament By Devoted Friends of God
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In December of 1958, in the small, northern Iraqi town of Alqosh, Deacon Polis Hermiz Qasha started hand-writing the gospels in Aramaic, the language Jesus and his followers would have used. He made... More > two copies of the New Testament, working at the Rabban Hormizd Monastery, built circa AD 640. It was the official residence of the patriarchs of the Eliya line of the Church of the East from 1551 to the 18th century, and after the union with Rome in the early 19th century, became a prominent monastery of the Chaldean Catholic Church. The writing and drawing process took an entire year of long hours every day, and the two original books, completed in December of 1959, are held by Deacon Sadek Barno and Deacon Elia Najor, respectively. This is a color reproduction of the book.< Less

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