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Orthodox Literary Growth Advocates,: Hungry Orthodox Christian Reader

Hungry Orthodox Christian Reader


This Reader is a sampler of books and types of Orthodox writings that are "hidden." Although foundational, everyday, Orthodox reading and currently available in English, these sources are hidden through unfamiliarity or, surprisingly, a seeming too much familiarity. Many are hidden away in expensive, scholarishly-intimidating, multi-volume sets of books. Other staples of Orthodox reading have only recently arrived in English. Certain others are avoided as though proscribed: for priests only. Those obscured by ostensible over-familiarity--the services, for example, with their expansive beauty and depth--are simply taken for granted and too often become burdensome obligation. The works collected in this Reader provide an encouraging glimpse into and introduction to these "hidden"--though widely available--texts and sources. The various selections deal not so much with what Orthodox believe, but rather how Orthodox believe. They point toward a more Orthodox culture, world view, way of life. The book is for hungry Orthodox: lifelong church members who feel there must be more to Orthodoxy than they perceive on Sunday morning; converts who seek the "fullness" they were promised; and "reverts" who left the Church because of hunger but now hungrily return.

Over the past 30 years the writings of Georges Bataille have had a profound influence on French intellectual thought, informing the work of Foucault, Derrida, and Barthes, among others. Against Architecture offers the first serious interpretation of this challenging thinker, spelling out the profoundly original and radical nature of Bataille's work. ABOUT Hungry Orthodox Christian Reader download ebook pdf THE SERIES: For over 100 years Oxford World's Classics has made available the widest range of literature from around the globe. Each affordable volume reflects Oxford's commitment to scholarship, providing the most accurate text plus a wealth of other valuable features, including expert introductions by leading authorities, helpful notes to clarify the text, up-to-date bibliographies for further study, and much more. Doctors and consultants may be very surprised when they see patients suffering intractable arthritis suddenly beginning to get better. The medical profession knows all too well that anti-arthritic medication does not have this effect. As the days go by, the improvement often continues so that drugs can be dispensed with, and people lead a normal life. Best-selling author of several books about arthritis, Margaret Hills here tells the amazing stories of people who have benefited from her honey and cider vinegar cure. Advice about diet and stress is also included, so that readers have very real and practical tools to help them treat their arthritis.Crippled herself with arthritis, Margaret Hills used her nurse's training and determination to win back her health. Since then her 'acid-free' approach has brought relief to thousands. Her daughter, Christine Horner, who now runs the Margaret Hills Clinic, continues her work. Topics include: arthritis in children; arthritis in adults; a selection of case histories; and, the stress factor - how it affects the body and contributes to arthritis, and how it can be alleviated.

Author: Orthodox Literary Growth Advocates,
Number of Pages: 322 pages
Published Date: 06 Oct 2015
Publisher: Olga Press
Publication Country: United States
Language: English
ISBN: 9780996644105
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