The Living God: A Catechism for the Christian Faith

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St Vladimir's Seminary Press, 1989 - Religion - 472 pages
Bringing together Scripture, the liturgical year, theology, iconography and hymnography, this two-volume set explains basic Christian Church dogmas. Designed for parents, catechists, pastors and all who wish to understand the sources of the Church's revelation, the work is characterized by its method of organization: a seeker poses questions and a sage answers, representing the Church's explanation of these questions. Colour icon plates and liturgical music examples are also featured.
 

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I highly recommend this book to any serious member of the One, Holy, Catholic, and Apostolic Church. My only criticism is that the sage/seeker format is applied inconsistently. The author too often drifts into long, didactic passages without probing questions from an incredulous seeker. Read full review

Contents

CHAPTER
235
CHAPTER 18
244
CHAPTER 20
253
CHAPTER 22
261
CHAPTER 23
280
CHAPTER 25
299
CHAPTER 27
305
CHAPTER 28
312
CHAPTER 32
341
CHAPTER 34
352
CHAPTER 36
362
CHAPTER 38
371
CHAPTER 39
378
THE FALLING ASLEEP OF THE MOST HOLY THEOTOKOS
383
AppendixInitiation in Prayer
397
List of Musical Examples
431

CHAPTER 30
331

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