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ABYSS

ABYSS This is the RV rendering of the word ἄβυσσος which occurs in Lk 8:31, Ro 10:7, Rev 9:1, 2, 11; 11:7; 17:8; 20:1, 3. In Lk. and Rom. AV translates ‘deep’; in Rev., ‘bottomless pit’—no distinction, however, being made between τὸ φρέαρ τῆς ἀβύσσου in 9:1, 2 (RV ‘the pit of the abyss’) and …

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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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How to Be Liberated from Frequent Falls? Reasons and benefits (4)

How to Be Liberated from Frequent Falls? Reasons and benefits By: House of God’s Love   Book name: Book series of Principles of Spiritual Life How to be liberated from frequent falls By: Servants of God’s Love Hostel   *         We hope in Christ that this series would reach the hands of every Christian youth. …

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The Relationship of St. Shenoute of Atripe with His Contemporary Patriarchs of Alexandria

The Relationship of St. Shenoute of Atripe with His Contemporary Patriarchs of Alexandria WHEN WE SPEAK about the relationship of St. Shenoute with the Alexandrian patriarchs, we speak indeed about a traditional relationship between Coptic monasticism and the official church of Egypt. The basis of this relationship was already established at the dawn of Coptic …

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Icon of the Virgin Mary and Child. Achmim area provenance. Photo­graph courtesy of Gawdat Gabra..

Toward an Understanding of the ‘Akhmim Style’ Icons and Ciboria: the Indigenous and the Foreign[1]

Toward an Understanding of the ‘Akhmim Style’ Icons and Ciboria: the Indigenous and the Foreign[1] THE LATE FOURTEENTH-century painting by Gherardo Starnina, La Tebaide in Galleria degli Uffizi in Florence, provides perhaps the last medieval visu­alized memory of the (ideal) Christian sacred landscape along the Nile in Upper Egypt, densely inhabited by hermits tending their …

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