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  • Here is an excerpt from a book entitled "Daibolic Wars" by HH Pope Shenouda III It is better for you to weary yourself here on earth and attain crowns of struggle than to have rest here and be tired in eternity. Know that your labor here is not forg…
  • "Lean not on your own understanding" Proverbs 3:5 don't put yourself in a situation where even the slightest misunderstanding or temptation might lead you (and the other person) down a path that should be avoided at all costs. obviously nobody wake…
  • from my research, the armenian church has a similar division of prayers that they read prior to their divine liturgy the day before in preparation, and also, the syrian church has 7 prayers just as we do, divided just as we have them. {http://sor.cu…
  • so explain to me.. how does that happen without contradicting the Bible?
  • What infallibility does do is prevent a pope from solemnly and formally teaching as "truth" something that is, in fact, error. It does not help him know what is true, nor does it "inspire" him to teach what is true. He has to learn the truth the way…
  • The subject of papal infallability, implying that someone is perfect, sinless, or blameless is completely out of sync with the specific teachings of the bible. There is no debate when it comes down to the Bible. If we claim ourselves to be Christian…
  • reading commentaries isn't supposed to become your a replacement for the doctrine taught by the church, but just because they are protestant, doesn't mean that they can't make a good point every once in a while. think about it this way, you know you…
  • http://tasbeha.org/media/index.php?st=Hymns%2FOther_Occasions%2FHoly_Week%2FIbrahim_Ayad%2FPart_1%2F05-Agios_%28Sad_Tune%29.940.mp3 [coptic]Agioc `o :[email protected] Agioc ic,[email protected] Agioc `a;[email protected] `o `ctaurw;ic di [email protected] `ele`ycon `ymac. Agioc `o :[email protected] Agioc …
    in agios Comment by marys January 2006
  • On this day also, St. Anastasia departed. She was from a noble family in the city of Constantinople. She was very beautiful and had a great moral character. Emperor Justin, who was married, wanted to marry her. She refused and went and told his wi…
  • "Certainly no people needed the message about Christ more than these people who were begging Jesus to leave. Jesus had greatly blessed this man and so gave him the hardest task of all, to go home and witness there for Christ. In Galilee Jesus had se…
  • if it's a question of "can".. sure, you can do whatever u want.. freewill.. but it is it right? only if they're from our sister churches (syrian, armenian, indian, eritrian, ethiopian [there might be another one] ) if not.. then no the disagreement …
  • how about instead of continuing to petition for the very few hard working moderators of this site to work on something that isn't exactly all that urgent, you take the time to save these pictures, title them, post them, save them, sort them as you w…
  • what is the context of this quote?
  • http://bible1.crosswalk.com/Commentaries/MatthewHenryComplete/mhc-com.cgi?book=jud&chapter=19#Jud19_24 read the commentary on this chapter, the concise version states that her murder was the justification for her earlier sin, since by the law o…
    in concubine Comment by marys January 2006
  • Habakkuk lived in Judah and was a contemporary of the prophets Nahum and Jeremiah. He preached during the last days of Judah before its fall in 586 BC. The theme of Habakkuk's book involves the sovereignty of God and the need for people to trust i…
    in Habakkuk Comment by marys January 2006
  • i'm not sure if this is one you're asking for.. Our savior has summoned us to a stay by His side He gave us a new covenant His love which does abide He took bread and gave thanks He blessed and sanctified it He broke and gave the disciples saying,…
    in our Sav... Comment by marys January 2006
  • There is a distinct line. 100% human but also a 100% perfect. in His perfection, even when satan came to tempt Him, He remained unwaivering. The matter does not lie in whether or not He was tempted, it was in whether or not He let temptation enter i…
  • as the church recommends... The man should be no more than 2 years younger than the woman OR no more than 12 yrs older.
  • it's a matter of trying to accomodate everybody.. there's only so many downloads a server can handle at once.. they're just trying to be fair
  • quick verse... "The lamp of the body is the eye. If therefore your eye is good, your whole body will be full of light. But if your eye is bad, your whole body will be full of darkness. If therefore the light that is in you is darkness, how great is …
  • if it's a question of "can".. sure, you can do whatever u want.. freewill.. but will the church officially recognize the marriage?.. only if they're from our sister churches (syrian, armenian, indian, eritrian, ethiopian [there might be another one]…
  • in a word: no.. the root of evil is the absence of good.. and absence of God is what hell is.. and if the satan's domain is hell then there is no good.. nothing.. none.. not even the scent of it.
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  • in reply to hos irof... the reason for an angel's inability to repent comes from their own pride in the fact that they know soooo much more than us and were given more knowledge and power and so on and for that they are judged on a stricter level...…
  • we always mistake God's Omnipotence with His Power.. just because He knows all doesn't mean we are not deciding factors in how it plays out.. His will for us is that we become His children and behave like it... our "fate" or where we end up rather i…
    in Fate Comment by marys September 2004
  • side note... i question the relevance of asking shaq's height..
  • http://tasbeha.org/mp3/Divine_Liturgies/Higher_Institute_of_Coptic_Studies,_Liturgy_of_St._Basil_in_Coptic_1971.html it's almost halfway down the page...
    in Apeckran Comment by marys September 2004
  • basically... if you haven't read them, they're new to you.
  • oriental actually just means non-chalcedonian when it comes to theological verbatim..
  • in short.. it was the heresy of eutycheus which questioned that belief of the duel natures of Christ existing simultaneously (Humanity and Divinity).. we were counted with those that believed in just one nature (mono-physites) as a result of a whole…