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This original CD series by Protopresbyter Thomas Hopko, dean emeritus of St Vladimir' Seminary, deftly examines The Lord' Prayer given by Jesus to his disciples within the broader context of Christian prayer. The series offers hours of sublime listening enjoyment from a renowned Orthodox theologian and lecturer. Whether brought as a complete set or as separate volumes, these recordings make perfect gifts in an accessible, convenient format.
Volume I, Christian Prayer, includes " Prayer," " and Prayer," " Lord' Prayer: Text and Context," and " Father Who Art in Heaven."
Volume II, The Kingdom Present, includes " Be Thy Name," Discussion 1, " Kingdom Come," and " Will Be Done on Earth as It Is in Heaven."
Volume III, Provision and Purity, includes " Us This Day Our Daily Bread," " Us Our Trespasses," " Us Not into Temptation," and Discussion 2.
The Book of Revelation in Orthodox Christian Traditionretreat lectures on compact disk4-CD Set
These lectures offer a fresh approach to reading the Book of Revelation and understanding its complex messages. While Fr Hopko notes that ‚Äúeverything about the Apocalypse is controversial‚Äînot only in modern scholarship but also in church history,‚Äù he grounds the place of this cryptic writing within the context of ongoing life in the Orthodox Church. In particular, he draws attention to the symbols and words originating in the Hebrew scriptures and demonstrates that the Book of Revelation not only has inspired the Liturgy of the Church but also has been inspired by it. Fr Hopko transforms the typical, modern exegesis of this biblical text from one of literal fundamentalism and futuristic prophecy to one of experiencing eternal life, here and now, in the worship of the Church.
The Book of RevelationCD 1: Historical ContextCD 2: Signs and SymbolsCD 3: Apocalyptic ImagesCD 4: The Last Days and Redemption
Protopresbyter Thomas Hopko is Dean Emeritus of St Vladimir's Orthodox Theological Seminary and a world-renowned lecturer.
Fr Paul Tarazi shows that Paul's understanding of the resurrection of Jesus is founded on the biblical conviction that the dead will be raised up for judgment at the end of time.
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