Overcoming Spiritual Apathy “Causes and Tackle” (32)

Overcoming Spiritual Apathy “Causes and Tackle” (32) By: Servants at Godlovehostel for Expatriate Students Translated by: Beshoy Shokry   Preface The apathy in prayer is one of the serious wars in our spiritual path. Satan fights us with it in all the stages of our life, either at the beginning or after we have taken […]

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The password for growth and continuity in the spiritual life (31)

The password for growth and continuity in the spiritual life By: Servants at Godlovehostel for Expatriate Students Translated by: Beshoy Shokry. Edition: 1st-2016. Deposit No: 7455/2016. I.S.B.N: 978-977-903-859-9.   I went to my father, to hear what he’s going to talk to me about this time. Because he promised me, he’d tell me the password […]

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How to earn inner peace? The peace of forgiveness (2/3) (7)

How to earn inner peace? The peace of forgiveness (2/3) (7) By: Servants of God’s Love Hostel   ·         We hope in Christ that this series would reach the hand of every Christian youth for the least cost. ·         You could share this hope by giving it to your friends, loved ones and children in […]

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How Can I Accept God’s Unconditioned Love? (5)

How Can I Accept God’s Unconditioned Love? (5) (The Real Key to Spiritual Life)   Prepared by: Gods’ Love Hostel   Book Name: Principles in Spiritual Life Series Prepared by: God’s Love Hostel for Expatriate Students Print: First 2013  I.S.B.N.  978-9779-038-59-9   * We have a hope in Christ that this series reaches the hands […]

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The churches of old cairo

The churches of old Cairo INTRODUCTION Cairo has been the capital of Egypt for more than one thousand years, but the actual city and history of Cairo are the legacy of many previous capitals of Egypt, of great cultural centers and successive civilizations founded there. The earliest was a predynastic settle­ment dating from the 4th […]

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Some Aspects of Volume 8 of Shenoute’s Canons

Some Aspects of Volume 8 of Shenoute’s Canons AS A MEMBER of the international project to edit the works of Shenoute, directed by Professor Stephen Emmel, I am responsible for editing and translating volume 8 of Shenoute’s Canons. From a certain point of view this is a real opportunity, because the amount of surviving text […]

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Care for the Sick in Shenoute’s Monasteries

Care for the Sick in Shenoute’s Monasteries SHENOUTE’S WRITINGS PROVIDE a rich store of evidence for the various ways in which the sick were cared for in his monasteries. Care for the sick was a shared value at the heart of the early monastic movement, and certainly this was the case in Shenoute’s monasteries. The […]

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Shenoute’s Place in the History of Monasticism

Shenoute’s Place in the History of Monasticism A LITTLE MORE than 1,500 years ago, inside the massive church whose ruined hulk has come to be known as the White Monastery (Arabic Dayr al-Abyad), on an occasion near the middle of the fifth century when the monastery’s longtime leader Shenoute was about one hundred years old, […]

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The Role of the Female Elder in Shenoute’s White Monastery

The Role of the Female Elder in Shenoute’s White Monastery[1] THE WHITE MONASTERY in the fourth and fifth centuries consisted of dif­ferent communities, or congregations. They were separated physically but united under one set of monastic rules and one main monastic leader, at least during the tenure of its third head, Shenoute. One of these […]

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