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Feast and Moral Speeches

Translated by: Nicușor Deciu
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St. Gregory of Nazianzus (329-390) is one of the most important theologians of the Church, Tradition giving him the nickname "Theologian". The speeches contained in this volume have as their subject either theological issues of utmost importance, such as the Resurrection of the Savior, Pentecost, the Holy Light, or practical matters, such as the love of the poor, the troubles of this passing life. the face of hail ”.

"Why do we suffer from disease in our souls, a disease far worse than that of bodies? The bodily disease I see coming unintentionally, while the other comes by choice; the first disappears with this life, and the other accompanies us when we move from here. Why don't we help our nature while we still have time? Why, being bodies, do we not adorn our bodies with humility? Why do we rejoice in the troubles of our brothers?

Let this not happen to me, nor let...

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St. Gregory of Nazianzus (329-390) is one of the most important theologians of the Church, Tradition giving him the nickname "Theologian". The speeches contained in this volume have as their subject either theological issues of utmost importance, such as the Resurrection of the Savior, Pentecost, the Holy Light, or practical matters, such as the love of the poor, the troubles of this passing life. the face of hail ”.

"Why do we suffer from disease in our souls, a disease far worse than that of bodies? The bodily disease I see coming unintentionally, while the other comes by choice; the first disappears with this life, and the other accompanies us when we move from here. Why don't we help our nature while we still have time? Why, being bodies, do we not adorn our bodies with humility? Why do we rejoice in the troubles of our brothers?

Let this not happen to me, nor let me get rich while others are in trouble; nor to be in good condition, if I do not help those wounded; neither shall I have sufficient food, nor shelter, nor shelter, except I will give them bread, and I will not clothe them with clothing, and I will not give them rest under a roof. But let us all cling to Christ, that we may follow Him in a clean manner, raising our cross, and, lightly clothed and drawn to nothing below, to win Christ in the place of all. By humility let us exalt ourselves, and by poverty let us be rich; or to share our riches with Christ, so that what we were to be sanctified by possessing wealth in a good way and by making the poor partakers of it. ”

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Categories: 
Patristics
Publishing date: 
2019
Pages: 
296
ISBN: 
978-606-666-788-3
Cover type: 
cartonată
Format: 
15 x 23,5 cm
Color: 
monocrom

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