Fb2 Orthodox Christianity and the English Tradition ePub
by Andrew Phillips
|Category:||Christian Denominations and Sects|
|Publisher:||Anglo-Saxon Books (October 2, 1995)|
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Should we accept this Orthodox Christianity, we would thus accept the struggle for the Holy Spirit; the struggle .
Should we accept this Orthodox Christianity, we would thus accept the struggle for the Holy Spirit; the struggle for the soul of English History, the soul of England; and in so doing we would accept, 'not ceasing from the mental fight' of prayer, the struggle to build Jerusalem here 'in England's green and pleasant land'.
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3 people like this topic. Archpriest Andrew Phillips. Fr Nicholas Gibbes: The First English Disciple of Tsar Nicholas II and the First English Priest of the Russian Orthodox Church Outside Russia. To be converted we first of all need spiritual sensitivity, a seeking spirit, but secondly we also need an example.
Andrew Phillips, the priest of St John’s Orthodox church in Colchester, Essex, UK (ROCOR). Given the incredibly poor educational system and the general state of ignorance in the UK (is it deliberate policy to keep people in ignorance?), most people here have never heard of the Russian Orthodox Church, but then many have never heard of Christianity (though all have heard of Islam). Among the thin, educated layer in society, there are various attitudes.
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Archpriest Andrew Phillips (b. 1956) is an English parish priest of the Russian Orthodox Church Outside Russia (ROCOR), rector of St. John of Shanghai Orthodox Church in his birthplace of Colchester, Essex, in the United Kingdom. With 840 square metres of space this multinational parish, which has a Romanian deacon and serves 24 different nationalities, probably has the largest Russian Orthodox Church building in Western Europe
Eastern Orthodox Christianity in America. The Orthodox Christian Church, here in America and in Russia, has been invaded by the ghoulish "Toll-House" mythology from Egyptian Book of the Dead and picked up by Bulgarian Gnostics.
Eastern Orthodox Christianity in America. False "dreams" - usual in Gnostic literature - are recorded in "Tale of Basil the New" booklet by Synaxis Press highlighting and explaining the pagan roots of this blasphemy against the Risen Christ Who has defeated Satan and Hades!
In childhood he became interested in the history of early England, especially in the local figure of Saint Edmund but also in King Alfred the Great. At the age of twelve, he began teaching himself Russian and at the same time read for the first time the New Testament. In 1988 he wrote a first book called 'Orthodox Christianity and the Old English Church', followed in 1992 by a gazetteer of the English Saints, 'The Hallowing of England'.
Hold the traditions which ye have been taught. Traditions (paradoseis) is a noun in the objective case. Furthermore, it is clear that the text that Christ and the Apostles used matches the Septuagint rather than the Masoretic text. It is derived from the verb to hand over (paradidomi). The phrase, which ye have been taught (edidachthate), is a form of to teach (didasko). For example, in Acts 7:43 the Protomartyr Stephen quotes from the book of Amos as follows: Yea, ye took up the tabernacle of Moloch, and the star of your god Remphan, figures which ye made to worship them (KJV).