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Saint Nektarios, Bishop of Pentapolis
Translated and published by Saint Nektarios Greek Orthodox Monastery
Publication Data: Roscoe, NY: Saint Nektarios Greek Orthodox Monastery, 2006
Format: softcover
Number of Pages: 284
Dimensions (l × w × h): 21.6 cm × 13.9 cm × 1.4 cm
Additional Information: multi-color printing, full-color illustrations
ISBN: 0‒9725504‒1‒0

Saint Nektarios, Bishop of Pentapolis
Translated and published by Saint Nektarios Greek Orthodox Monastery

Volume 2 of Saint Nektarios Monastery Publications

“This book, which is comprised of selected chapters translated from Saint Nektarios’ Christology, aims to enlighten contemporary man in the knowledge of the True God, and to guide him away from the ‘dead ends’ that surround him. The purpose of this volume, as the saint himself notes in his introduction, is to confess the truth and faith of Christ, as well as to strengthen the faith of Christians: ‘so they become firm and immovable in the faith, live worthily of the Gospel of Christ, participate in the contest of the faith of the Gospel, be frightened in nothing by the adversaries, live soberly, righteously, and godly in this present world, and thus look forward to the blessed hope and glorious appearance of our great God and Savior Jesus Christ’ (Tit. 2:12–13).”


Part I - The Expectation of The Nations
   1. Jesus Christ is the Way, the Truth, and the Life
   2. Concerning the name “Son of Man”
   3. Concerning the Expectation of the Nations
   4. God revealed the coming of the Redeemer
   5. Indications and signs of the Redeemer’s coming
   6. The coming of the Redeemer was absolutely necessary
Part II - The Divinity of Christ
   1. Man always sought eternal life
   2. Man’s burning desire has been fulfilled
   3. Characteristic features of the Savior, Who fulfills the heart’s desires
   4. Our Lord Jesus Christ is the proclaimed Savior of the world, He is the true God, He has come, and no other person will appear
   5. The Divinity of our Lord Jesus Christ and His Consubstantiality with God the Father as witnessed in the New Testament
   6. The revealed God in the Old Testament is the Son of God the Father, Who became man
   7. The Divine character of our Lord Jesus Christ, witnessed by the great sign
   8. Christ’s Divine nature attested to by the moral rebirth that took place in the world
   9. Christ’s Divinity as witnessed by history
   10. Only the Son of God could have taught man the truth
   11. Christ’s Divinity witnessed by His words
   12. Christ’s prophecies concerning the destruction of Jerusalem were fulfilled to the letter
   13. Concerning the prodigies that occurred in Judaea
PART III - God’s Revelation to the World
   1. The ignorance of God and man is the reason for the rejection of miracles
   2. The notion of God as an absolute being supports His revelation to the world
   3. God’s benevolence reveals Him to the world
   4. Concerning God’s special relationship with man
   5. Concerning the way that Divine revelation takes place
   6. Man’s spiritual nature is in need of Divine revelation
   7. Concerning God’s revelation to the world through Holy Scripture
   8. Prophecies concerning the prosperity and good fortune of Israel
   9. Prophecies concerning the destruction of Judaea, and the unbelief of the Jews
   10. Prophecies concerning the tribe, generation, and birthplace of the Messiah
   11. Thoughts on Christ’s teaching
   12. The Holy Gospels depict the Messiah as prophesied
   13. Prophecies concerning the passion, death, burial, and resurrection of the Messiah
   14. Prophecies concerning the return of the nations to the Living God
   15. The time appointed by the prophets has been fulfilled
   16. Daniel’s prophecy concurs with Greek and Roman chronology
   17. Prophecies that were fulfilled after the seventy weeks
PART IV - The Brilliance of the Christian faith
   1. He who perceives God’s existence is obligated to believe in His revelation
   2. The virtuous Christian attests to the brilliance of the Christian Faith
   3. The light contained within the Holy Scriptures attests to the brilliance of the Christian Faith
   4. The fervent love that develops within the Christian attests to the brilliance of his faith
   5. The Christian Faith is brilliant because it adorns the faithful with the gifts of the Holy Spirit
   6. The brilliance of the Christian Faith witnessed by the resurrection of our Lord Jesus Christ
   7. The brilliance of the Christian Faith witnessed by the rapid establishment of the Church
   8. The brilliance of the Christian Faith witnessed by Christ’s Church
   I. Ordering of the 49 Books of the Septuagint (Old Testament)
   II. Approximate time when various prophets lived (B.C.)
   III. The Septuagint
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