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Professor Kesich expertly addresses questions of anti-Semitism and the family quarrels between Jews and Christians in the historical context as well as explaining the trial of Jesus and the purpose of His suffering.
Arranged for English-language liturgical use in North America, these chants draw from various musical traditions of the Orthodox Church.
Contemplation, prayer, spirituality — these words have become popular in our day among those despairing at the banality and emptiness of the contemporary scene. But popular as well are a myriad of pseudo-spiritualities, each offering its own shortcut to spiritual satisfaction. His Life is Mine is a refreshing contrast. The book deals with prayers, and especially with the "Jesus Prayer" of Orthodox monasticism.
OUTSIDE TEXT: " is Risen!"INSIDE TEXT: " you rejoice in the Feast of Feasts and live in the Light of His Resurrection."
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