Selected Essays

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by Protopresbyter Michael Pomazansky
Publication Data: Jordanville, NY: Holy Trinity Monastery, 1996
Format: softcover
Number of Pages: xiv + 241
Dimensions (l × w × h): 22.9 cm × 15.3 cm × 1.4 cm
Additional Information: black-and-white illustrations
ISBN: 0‒88465‒062‒2

   
by Protopresbyter Michael Pomazansky

“As a teacher, Fr. Michael was indeed brilliant. As a rule, there were no discussions during his lessons. Not because he forbade them, but because no one was able to interrupt his lively, satisfying speech. Fr. Michael spoke simply, humbly, and knowledgeably about the dogmas of the Church in such a way that questions seemed to answer themselves. But if they appeared, then satisfying answers were found. Fr. Michael frequently repeated, ‘Much is hidden from us, and it is impossible to understand everything.’ His lessons passed as though they were orchestrated. He chose a theme, developed it, drew a conclusion, ended, and the bell rang.”
—“In Memory of Protopresbyter Michael Pomazansky”

CONTENTS

In Memory of Protopresbyter Michael Pomazansky
Is This Orthodoxy?
Children in Church
On the Rite of Churching an Infant and the Prayer for a Woman Who Has Given Birth
The Glorification of Saints
Catholicity and Cooperation in Church
Everything Has Its Time, Its Place
How Each of Us Can and Ought to Serve the Church
An Outline of the Orthodox World-View of Father John of Kronstadt, Based on His Own Words
The Liturgical Theology of Father A. Schmemann
Liturgical Books: From Manuscript to Print
A Luminary of the Russian Church, His Beatitude Metropolitan Anthony
The Old Testament and Rationalistic Biblical Criticism
Sophianism and Trends in Russian Intellectual Theology
The Old Testament in the New Testament Church
The Church of Christ and the Contemporary Movement for Unification in Christianity
Our War is not Against Flesh and Blood, On the Question of the “Toll-Houses”
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