Monthly Archives: April 2014

The Cappadocian Brothers on the Propria of God

I’m sure it did not come as a surprise to either St Basil of Caesarea or St Gregory of Nyssa. Once they began to elucidate the mystery of the Trinity by means of the analogy between three human beings and … Continue reading

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“Today there is strength, resurrection of the dead and power”

The resurrection of the Son is a new creation to the whole world, and the world is new on account of it and hence it is beyond sufferings. From His resurrection life reigned over mortals, and we have truly stripped … Continue reading

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“Like Jonah He dived down into the whirlpool”

The Mighty One was struck and the sufferings made Him sleep on Golgotha and for three days the sleep overcame Him on account of the wounds. And having laid aside His burden of pains in Sheol, He rose up and … Continue reading

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“God has fallen asleep in the flesh”

Something strange is happening—there is a great silence on earth today, a great silence and stillness. The whole earth keeps silence because the King is asleep. The earth trembled and is still because God has fallen asleep in the flesh … Continue reading

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… crucified, dead, and buried

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“My Song is Love Unknown”

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“Were you there?”

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