A Byzantine Christian Discusses Books on Her Path to Theosis.

  • God With Us

    If you’ve been following me for a while, you know that I approach devotionals with caution and skepticism. The concept of devotional books is admirable, but often the content falls short of what it promises, lacking real depth. Not so with “God With Us” compiled and edited by Justin S. Holcomb. This is the devotional […]

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  • The Ecumenism of Beauty

    The sacred image can express more than words themselves, thanks to the efficacy of its power to communicate and transmit the Gospel message Joseph Ratzinger From the aesthetic imageless theology of Jean Calvin in Jerome Cottin’s Calvin and the visual arts: the aesthetics of Soli Deo Gloria to Fotis Kontoglou’s more byzantine iconography and criticisms […]

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  • Confessions of a Troubled Christian Pilgrim

    “The Christian life is a journey” and Robert Chancellor offers us a glimpse into his with his book Confessions of a Troubled Christian Pilgrim. Chancellor offers gentle pastoral insight into topics and controversies that have played a big role in both his life and the Christian church, especially in America. He touches on topics like […]

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  • Introducing Eastern Orthodox Theology

    This book was so incredibly to read. I began reading it at a very formative period in my personal theological walk and it’s definitely reinforced a certain level of respect for the Eastern Orthodox church. It’s not uncommon for the Orthodox to be left out of the conversation when it comes to theology. There are […]

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