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The "food of the happy life" of the monks. Biblical, patristic and canonical foundations about vegetarian and lacto-vegetarian nutrition

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This book is a meditation on the main scriptural and patristic testimonies about the role of the lacto-vegetarian regime in the purification of man. A true guide for the weary of monasteries and hermitages, this book is also addressed to lay readers, because, as St. Maximus the Confessor says, "the food of a happy life is the Bread that comes down from heaven," Christ, with whom we are all called to share. , regardless of our place and purpose in the world. Of special editorial quality, including numerous color illustrations, is the book "Food for the Happy Life of Monks." Biblical, patristic and canonical foundations about vegetarian and lacto-vegetarian nutritionit also includes a chapter with the conclusions of research from the last decade in the medical, biological, food field about the impact caused by the change in human nutrition over time. "God created the first people with a...

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This book is a meditation on the main scriptural and patristic testimonies about the role of the lacto-vegetarian regime in the purification of man. A true guide for the weary of monasteries and hermitages, this book is also addressed to lay readers, because, as St. Maximus the Confessor says, "the food of a happy life is the Bread that comes down from heaven," Christ, with whom we are all called to share. , regardless of our place and purpose in the world. Of special editorial quality, including numerous color illustrations, is the book "Food for the Happy Life of Monks." Biblical, patristic and canonical foundations about vegetarian and lacto-vegetarian nutritionit also includes a chapter with the conclusions of research from the last decade in the medical, biological, food field about the impact caused by the change in human nutrition over time. "God created the first people with a vegetarian structure, not a carnivorous one ... The hesychastic experience of the Mother of God in the Holy of Holies - where she benefited from a supernatural, incorruptible diet - was an example for all monks in general and in especially for anchorites ”(Archim. Luca Diaconu).

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Publishing date: 
2016
Pages: 
200
ISBN: 
978-606-666-474-5
Cover type: 
cartonată
Format: 
13 x 20 cm
Color: 
policromie

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