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6 edition of The Evergetinos found in the catalog.

The Evergetinos

A Complete Text - Volume IV of the Second Book

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Published by Center for Traditionalist Orthodox Studies .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Christianity - Orthodox Churches,
  • Christianity - Orthodox,
  • Orthodox Eastern Church,
  • Spiritual life,
  • Religion

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsArchbishop of Etna Chrysostomos (Translator), Hieromonk Patapios (Translator), Bishop Auxentios (Translator)
    The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages126
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8298273M
    ISBN 100911165517
    ISBN 109780911165517
    OCLC/WorldCa20358622

    The Evergetinos was first published in the eighteenth century through the efforts of Saint Makarios of Corinth and Saint Nikodemos of the Holy Mountain. It was thus taken from the hands of the monks of Mount Athos and made available to the Orthodox faithful. The Evergetinos: A Complete Text Volume II of The First Book One of the classic collections of Orthodox spiritual writings, the Evergetinos is a source of inspiration, spiritual guidance, and insight into the lives of men and women who, during the first few centuries of Christianity, attained to the highest ideals of the spiritual life.

    The annotated translation of the book and a useful index, coming from translators who also worked on the first complete English translation of the four volumes of the Greek text of The Evergetinos, are complemented by a beautiful cover and handsome, two-color .   Addeddate Identifier Evergetinos Identifier-ark ark://t0xq Ocr ABBYY FineReader (Extended OCR) Ppi Scanner Internet Archive HTML5 Uploader

    The Evergetinos: A Complete Text Volume IV of The First Book One of the classic collections of Orthodox spiritual writings, the Evergetinos is a source of inspiration, spiritual guidance, and insight into the lives of men and women who, during the first few centuries of Christianity, attained to the highest ideals of the spiritual life.   I believe St. Anthony's Monastery is correct in their teaching on monastic obedience, and I refer you to "The Evergetinos" (on obedience), published by The Center for Traditionalist Orthodox.


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The Evergetinos book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers.5/5. One of the classic collections of Orthodox spiritual writings, the Evergetinos is a source of inspiration, spiritual guidance, and insight into the lives of men and women who, during the first few centuries of Christianity, attained to the highest ideals of the spiritual life.

In the spiritual laboratory of the Egyptian deserts, these seekers after salvation, enlightenment, and union with Christ brought into sharp focus. The Evergetinos (Ancient Greek: ευεργετινός "Of the Benefactress", from Ευεργετις evergetis "Benefactress") is a vast collection of materials from a number of other collections of sayings of monastics and others, ranging from the well-known works of St.

John Cassian and Palladius, to the anonymously produced Apophthegmata collections, but including materials also from hagiographies.

“The Evergetinos[ ]is a practical guide not only to monastic life, but also to the cleansing of the mind, the cure of the passions and proclivities towards sin, and the inner spiritual transformation that are prerequisites for the attainment of the goal of the Hesychast (in fact, the goal of all Christian life, or salvation as the Orthodox Church defines it): The acquirement of virtue, enlightenment, mystical.

THE EVERGETINOS: A COMPLETE TEXT Volume I of The First Book One of the classic collections of Orthodox spiritual writ-ings, the Evergetinos is a source of inspiration, spiritual guid-ance, and insight into the lives of men and women who, dur-ing the first few centuries of Christianity, attained to the higest ideals of the spiritual life.

In the spiritual laboratoryFile Size: KB. The Evergetinos, compiled by St. Makarios of Corinth and first published by St. Nicodemos inis a companion volume of The Philokalia —indeed a precursor, of sorts, to that work—, and together with it an essential and classical spiritual guide for Orthodox Christians seeking the.

The Evergetinos is a vast collection of materials from a number of other collections of sayings of monastics and others, ranging from the well-known works of St John Cassian and Palladius, to the anonymously produced Apophthegmata collections, but including materials also from hagiographies, menologia, and other.

There once lived a monk named Peter. This monk was the disciple of an ascetic Elder, Evvasa, who lived the ascetic life in a secluded, wooded place. Elder Evvasa told a story to his disciple, Peter, about how, before settling in that secluded place, he fell ill and died.

The CTOS website offers an overview, "One of the classic collections of Orthodox spiritual writings, the Evergetinos is a source of inspiration, spiritual guidance, and insight into the lives of men and women who, during the first few centuries of Christianity, attained to the highest ideals of the spiritual life.

In the spiritual laboratory of the Egyptian deserts, these seekers after salvation, enlightenment, and union. "The Evergetinos is a vast collection of sayings and stories from the desert Fathers, monastics and hermits, on various aspects of the spiritual life.

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“The Evergetinos”, compiled by St. Makarios of Corinth and first published by St. Nicodemos inis a companion volume of “The Philokalia”—indeed a precursor, of sorts, to that work—, and together with it an essential and classical spiritual guide for Orthodox Christians seeking the inner life of spiritual transformation.

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A Complete Text translated by Bishop Chrysostomos et al. Vol. This is one of the major Greek Paterika (collections "of the fathers"), long a source of spiritual inspiration and guidance.

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We have new and used copies available, in 1 editions - starting at. Shop : John M Weeks.Excerpts from the Evergetinos On Repentance Hypothesis I. No one should despair ever, even if he has committed many sins, but should have hope that through repentance, he shall be saved.

A. From the Holy Palladios. Our holy Father John, who lived in asceticism on a mountain near the city of Lycus and about whom details are cited in another chapter, relates to us this about the need [for monks.