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æpoʊkəˈtæstəsɪs Nov 9
have you read this? Very sobering!!! The Severity of [Universal Salvation] by Taylor Ross
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æpoʊkəˈtæstəsɪs Oct 23
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Basilica.ro (EN) 18 Jun 17
May we never risk the life of our souls by being resentful or by bearing grudges.
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Dominic Done 3 Feb 15
Sin happens when we refuse to keep growing.
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ShrineTower 19 Feb 17
The word became incarnate “so that by becoming as we are, he might make us as he is”
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Karen Herold 9 Mar 17
Our godlike beauty is hidden behind a curtain of shame
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The Skeptical Mystic 14 Apr 18
Enter the that you might see in it.
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David Pecotić 9 Jun 17
'Concepts create idols; only wonder comprehends. People kill over idols. Wonder makes us fall to our knees'
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Tim Braun 18 Nov 16
I find it fascinating that constantly reiterates that we cannot know the "how" of God’s creation.
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Tim Braun 17 Nov 16
Here we go! Finally we get to the really interesting stuff: suffering, purification, & deification.
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Religious & Biblical 23 Oct 14
Available for trial Online, access to both the Gregorii Nysseni Opera Online and the Lexicon Gregorianum Online....
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Biblioblog Library 14 Mar 12
"Online reading on Gregory of Nyssa." by Brian LePort
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Tim Bomgardner 1 Dec 15
Remember that the life in which we ought to be interested is “daily” life. We can only call the present time our own.
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Pete Scazzero 22 Dec 15
Only wonder leads to truly knowing.
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PostBarthian 7 Jul 14
Replying to @BrianZahnd
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Joel L. Watts, NCC, LPCC 30 Mar 16
The incomprehensibleness of God - St. Gregory of Nyssa -
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Archbishop Angaelos ن Jan 19
was baptised that He might cleanse His beloved humankind which had been defiled; and that He might bring the from above and exalt humanity to heaven, that those who had fallen might be . A blessed and joyous to all!
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orthodoxgems 9 Jul 14
Do not despise the poor. Ask yourself who they are and you will discover their greatness. They have the face of our Savior.
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Miguel Brugarolas 31 Aug 18
Gregory of Nyssa's Contra Eunomium I: English Translation and Supporting Studies - Just released! Very happy to see it and very grateful to Prof. Lucas F. Mateo-Seco (+2014) my and to all the fine contributors!
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Tim Bomgardner 20 Aug 15
Knowledge becomes love, because that which is known becomes beautiful by nature. Love has no limit.
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