ORTHODOX BOOKS IN ENGLISH

THE ORTHODOX CHURCH

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The Orthodox Church and Orthodoxy,is the second largest Christian church in the world, with an estimated 225–300 million adherents, most of whom live in Eastern Europe (especially Southeastern Europe), the Middle East, and Russia. This church is the present-day continuation of the theology and episcopacy established by Jesus Christ through His Apostles. It is the One, Holy, Catholic and Apostolic Church established by Jesus Christ in his Great Mission to the disciples almost 2,000 years ago. The Orthodox Church has grown from its original territory to be a truly global religion, with individual churches in most of the countries of the world and almost every major city. With the only permanent church in Antarctica, it is the only church that has spread to all seven continents.

The Orthodox Church – Back to Its Roots

Paperback, 134 Pages

The Orthodox Church - Back to Its Roots

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One’s basic set of beliefs is the most important issue for any religious person. The shaking of these foundations may cause the corruption of one’s faith. Most Christians (Orthodox, Catholics and even Anglicans and other Protestants) base their faith on the decisions that have been made at the first six Ecumenical Councils. Discussion of Christological controversies is crucial for a better understanding of Orthodox Faith. Schisms are deep and painful wounds on the body of the Christian Church. Many Christian visionaries dream of recovering the apostolic sense of unity in diversity of the early church. They seek to confront the frustrations, difficulties, and ironies of the modern “pluralistic” Christian world. This can be done through researching the historical sources and future destiny of what followers perceive to be the One, Holy, Universal, and Apostolic Church of Jesus Christ.

Our Orthodox Faith

Paperback, 100 Pages

Our Orthodox Faith

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The temporary life begins with birth and ends with death. It has a beginning and an end. But the life in the world to come, while having a beginning, will have no end. That is, it will be eternal and it will be blessed for the believers and those who obey God’s will but will be an endless torment for the unbelievers and the sinners. What is eternal life? It is, above all, a defined state of the human soul. It does not depend on distance or time. Consequently, it begins here on earth. Jesus Christ says: “The Kingdom of God is within you,” that is, it begins and expands here on earth.

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FR. BORIS KRIGER, ORTHODOX PRIEST

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