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The Philokalia

G. E. H. Palmer

The Philokalia

The Complete Text, Vol. 1

by G. E. H. Palmer

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Published by Faber and Faber .
Written in English


The Physical Object
FormatHardcover
Number of Pages378
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL7855861M
ISBN 10057111377X
ISBN 109780571113774

“The truly intelligent man pursues one sole objective: to obey and to conform to the God of all. With this single aim in view, he disciplines his soul, and whatever he may encounter in the course of his life, he gives thanks to God for the compass and depth of His providential ordering of all The Philokalia is an important collection of writings by Fathers of the Eastern Church dating from the fourth to the fourteenth century. It exists in three versions: the Greek, complied in the eighteenth century; the Slavonic; and the Russian text, translated by Bishop Theophan the Recluse in the nineteenth century, and consisting of five volumes (with which a sixth is sometimes

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