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2016 Wall Calendar Greek (Church) By Fr. Savvas Anastasiou
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2016 2016 Wall Calendar according to the Orthodox Church Calendar
Stories from the Greek Tragedians By Alfred John Church
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Hymns of the Greek Church Translated with Introduction and Notes By John Brownlie
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Compline Palestinian Greek Catholic Apostolic Orthodox Church By His Eminence Archbishop Melchisedeck of Capernuam
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This Compline Service book is for the use of all Orthodox Christians after meals, it is used mostly in a monastic life of the Church. But we encourage all of our Churches to make a use of this... More > service in the Church.< Less
Palestinian Greek Catholic Apostolic Orthodox Church Canon Law By His Eminence Archbishop Melechisedeck of North America
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All Church members must follow the Canon Law according to the norms of the Church every member must adhere to the Law and canon of this Church
Palestinian Greek Catholic Apostolic Orthodox Church Daily Prayers By Archbishop Melchisedeck of Capernaum
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This book will help Church members to have a deeper relationship with God through prayers. we show our love in prayer to God and desire to ask God for forgiveness and Mercy. May this prayer book be a... More > blessing to many souls that come to seek Jesus Christ through prayer.< Less
Tatian's Address to the Greeks By Apostle Arne Horn
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Tatian was an Assyrian who was a pupil of Justin Martyr in Rome, where, Justin says, the apomnemoneumata (recollections or memoirs) of the Apostles, the gospels, were read every Sunday. When Justin... More > quotes the synoptic Gospels, he tends to do so in a harmonised form, and Helmut Koester and others conclude that Justin must have possessed a Greek harmony text of Matthew, Luke and Mark. If so, it is unclear how much Tatian may have borrowed from this previous author in determining his own narrative sequence of Gospel elements. It is equally unclear whether Tatian took the Syriac Gospel texts composited into his Diatessaron from a previous translation, or whether the translation was his own. Where the Diatessaron records Gospel quotations from the Jewish Scriptures, the text appears to agree with that found in the Syriac Peshitta Old Testament rather than that found in the Greek Septuagint as used by the original Gospel authors.< Less
The Secret Life of Greek Cats By Joan Gage
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Photos of Greek cats and their insights into Greece and its customs and myths, music, food and festivals, history and heroes.
The Secret Life of Greek Cats By Joan Gage
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Photos of Greek cats and their insights into Greece and its customs and myths, music, food and festivals, history and heroes.
Nicaea I Greek and English By Shaun Kennedy
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The first quarter of the fourth century was a turbulent time of expanding power for Christianity. Constantine had come to the head of the Roman Empire in 306. As a part of his reforms, he made... More > religion a matter of personal conviction rather than legislated loyalty. Instead of Christianity being an illegal and underground sect, it became a dominant and powerful force in the Roman Empire. Nicaea I became a new standard. Nicaea I called church leaders from the furthest reaches of the empire to discuss an issue that was crawling through Egypt. The bishop of Alexandria, named Alexander, was dealing with an upstart presbyter named Arius. Arius was teaching that Christ was not Divine, but a creature like us. According to Arius, Jesus didn’t exist before he was conceived in the virgin’s womb. He was fully human, and divine only by imputation, not nature.< Less

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