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Style and Language in the Writings of Saint Cyprian

Series: Analecta Gorgiana 13
ISBN: 1-59333-491-5
A thorough analysis of St. Cyprian’s writing style and use of language, this study is invaluable for the student of the saint. Comparison with contemporary writers and careful attention to grammatical and linguistic elements mark this useful study of an important figure of early Christianity.
$37.80

Evil as Explained in the Clementine and Lactantian Writings

Series: Analecta Gorgiana 12
ISBN: 1-59333-490-7
This essay grapples with the question of theodicy as represented by the Ante-Nicene writers Lactantius and the writer of the Pseudo-Clementine literature. Bussell’s dialogue with these sources points to the role human responsibility plays in the origin of evil.
$27.00

Offices from the Service-Books of the Holy Eastern Church

Translation, Notes and Glossary
ISBN: 1-59333-476-1
This important volume remains a valuable aid to scholars seeking a basic knowledge of Eastern Orthodox rites. A selection of offices, especially those under theological controversy in their time, is presented in the original Greek with an English translation.
$103.20

The Epistle of Eusebius to Carpianus

A Critical Edition of the Syriac Text with an Essay on the Ammonian Sections, Eusebian Canons, and Harmonizing Tables in the Syriac Gospels
Series: Analecta Gorgiana 21
ISBN: 1-59333-499-0
Gwilliam presents a critical edition of the letter of Eusebius to Carpianus, as well as a Latin translation. Essays concerning this important epistle addressing the harmonization of the Gospels provides a valuable early insight into the Synoptic Problem.
$27.00

The Galatia of Saint Paul and the Galatic Territory of the Book of Acts

Series: Analecta Gorgiana 10
ISBN: 1-59333-488-5
Ramsay makes a strong case for the southern location of the Galatia mentioned in the New Testament. Using several streams of evidence, Ramsay makes a forceful case for the South-Galatian theory.
$25.20

Jesus: A New Biography

ISBN: 1-59333-475-3
In the present climate of interest concerning the real Jesus, Case's 1927 study represents a vital contribution in the first quest for the historical Jesus. Often overlooked, this important volume is at last available to researchers in the current quest for Jesus, as well as those interested in the role of the Chicago School in that quest. Case avoids supernatural explanations as he deftly sketches the social contexts of what can be known of the historical Jesus.
$118.80

The Day and Year of Saint Polycarp’s Martyrdom

Series: Analecta Gorgiana 19
ISBN: 1-59333-497-4
Among the most important chronological questions of Christianity in the second century is the date of St. Polycarp’s martyrdom. Turner scours the evidence to determine a precise date, based on comparison between the Roman and Asiatic calendars and other historical references. This dating in turn helps to date Irenaeus and St. John.
$26.40

The Origin and Mutual Relation of the Synoptic Gospels

Series: Analecta Gorgiana 18
ISBN: 1-59333-496-6
The vexing question called the Synoptic Problem has long interested New Testament scholars. Woods weighs in on this question providing evidence for Mark’s priority based on the use of language in the Gospels.
$25.80

Christmas Stories from French and Spanish Writers

General Editor Antoinette Ogden
ISBN: 978-1-59333-564-9
This collection of fifteen Christmas tales from French and Spanish sources represents a variety of genres. In the style of the late nineteenth century holiday story, this work of fables and stories will set an appropriate mood for the holidays.
$104.40

Rhythms of Saint Ephrem the Syrian

Select Works of S. Ephrem the Syrian
ISBN: 978-1-59333-561-8
As a member of the Oxford Movement, Morris had a natural fascination with Eastern Christianity. Using his linguistic skills to translate select works of St. Ephrem into English, he chose those that would create an impact on his fellow Englishmen in the nineteenth century. These works are still treasured by western proponents of Eastern Christianity today.
$118.80

The Earliest Life of Christ Ever Compiled from the Four Gospels

The Diatessaron of Tatian
ISBN: 1-59333-477-X
In the second century, well before the canonical gospels took their present form, Tatian wove from the four gospels and one or more Judaic-Christian gospels one harmonized account of the life of Christ, the Diatessaron. The Earliest Life of Christ is an English translation of the Diatessaron based on the Arabic version, itself a translation from the lost Syriac.
$87.00

A Translation of the Four Gospels from the Syriac of the Sinaitic Palimpsest

ISBN: 978-1-59333-531-1
Agnes Lewis was the discoverer of the Sinaitic Palimpsest, the oldest Syriac manuscript of the New Testament. Here she publishes her English translation of that text to make it available to Bible students who do not read Syriac. Included are the four canonical Gospels and a list of omitted words and phrases as well as interpolations into the Textus Receptus.
$91.20

Light on the Four Gospels from the Sinai Palimpsest

ISBN: 978-1-59333-530-4
Commenting on an invaluable document that she personally found, Agnes Smith Lewis expresses her professional insights on this earliest extant version of the Syriac Gospels. This fourth century document, erased and written over, was discovered in the library of St. Catherine’s Monastery on Mount Sinai in 1892. In addition to discussing New Testament variants Lewis also addresses the issue of how science and biblical teaching might coexist.
$85.20

The Gospel History and its Transmission

ISBN: 978-1-59333-529-8
The essays in this informative book were originally delivered as the Jowett Lectures for 1906. They address many critical issues regarding the historical veracity of the Gospels and represent the emerging interest in the historical Jesus that was the spirit of the times. Besides addressing the canonical Gospels, this volume also discusses Marcion and non-canonical gospels.
$106.80

The Web of Religion and Science: Bellah, Habermas and Giddens

ISBN: 1-59333-225-4
Scholars from various fields of study have long dealt with the relationship between religion and science. This subject has found a particular expression in sociology. Sociologists and other scholars agree that even though religion and science can be seen as separate from each other, there are several commonalities between the two. The common ground between Bellah, Giddens, and Habermas – the meaningful position the Subject has/should have in constructing the social reality – brings to light a transition in the sociological theoretical arena, if we take into account the different theoretical roots of each scholar – Functionalism (Bellah), Positivism (Giddens), and Neo-Kantian (Habermas).
$66.60

Greek Tradition and Latin Influence in the Work of George Scholarios

“Alone Against All of Europe”
ISBN: 1-59333-344-7
This title is a study of the work and career of theologian and diplomat George Scholarios who became the first Ecumenical Patriarch of the Orthodox Church during the period of Ottoman Rule. Scholarios advocated the union of the Greek and Latin Churches, but he later became the leader of the anti-Unionist faction in the final years of the Byzantine Empire. Scholarios played an important role in East-West dialogues, including the Council of Ferrara-Florence in 1438-39. This book provides a fresh look at some of the cultural misunderstandings that took place at the Council and related dialogues.
$75.00

The Oldest Christian People

History and Traditions of the Assyrian People and the Fateful History of the Nestorian Church
ISBN: 1-59333-407-9
Gives a brief account of the history and traditions of the modern Assyrian people, and the fateful history of the Church of the East. The first seven Chapters are dedicated to the modern period, while the final six chapters discuss Christian-Muslim relations and the fate of the Church of the East and the Assyrian people during and after World War I.
$72.00

Nestorian Questions on the Administration of the Eucharist by Isho'yabh IV

A Contribution to the History of the Eucharist in the Eastern Church
ISBN: 1-59333-409-5
Willem Cornelis van Unnik gives a comprehensive research of the liturgical writings of Isho’yabh IV in the context of the "Nestorian" liturgical tradition based on the manuscript tradition. After an analysis of the text, the author gives an annotated English translation of the text and a reproduction of the original Syriac text with a critical apparatus.
$108.60

The Letters of John of Dalyatha

ISBN: 1-59333-341-2
John of Dalyatha (690-780 CE) was a monk from a monastery near the Turkey-Iraq border. After living in the monastery for only seven years, he received permission to live a solitary life in the over 9,000 ft high mountains of Dalyatha where he spent most of his life. When he became too old to live on his own, he came down from the mountains, formed a community around himself and wrote these works. In them, John outlines the life itinerary of those who are baptized, the "Way of Wonder" - leading to the vision of God.
$48.00

Homilies of Mar Jacob of Sarug / Homiliae Selectae Mar-Jacobi Sarugensis (1 of 6 volumes)

Edited by Paul Bedjan and Sebastian P. Brock
ISBN: 1-59333-328-5
Jacob of Sarug is one of the most celebrated poets of Eastern Christianity and the Syriac tradition. The Gorgias Press edition, edited by Sebastian P. Brock, contains over 100,000 lines of poetry based on Bedjan’s 1905 edition.
$75.00

Homilies of Mar Jacob of Sarug / Homiliae Selectae Mar-Jacobi Sarugensis (2 of 6 volumes)

Edited by Paul Bedjan and Sebastian P. Brock
ISBN: 1-59333-329-3
Jacob of Sarug is one of the most celebrated poets of Eastern Christianity and the Syriac tradition. The Gorgias Press edition, edited by Sebastian P. Brock, contains over 100,000 lines of poetry based on Bedjan’s 1905 edition.
$75.00

Homilies of Mar Jacob of Sarug / Homiliae Selectae Mar-Jacobi Sarugensis (3 of 6 volumes)

Edited by Paul Bedjan and Sebastian P. Brock
ISBN: 1-59333-330-7
Jacob of Sarug is one of the most celebrated poets of Eastern Christianity and the Syriac tradition. The Gorgias Press edition, edited by Sebastian P. Brock, contains over 100,000 lines of poetry based on Bedjan’s 1905 edition.
$75.00

Homilies of Mar Jacob of Sarug / Homiliae Selectae Mar-Jacobi Sarugensis (4 of 6 volumes)

Edited by Paul Bedjan and Sebastian P. Brock
ISBN: 1-59333-331-5
Jacob of Sarug is one of the most celebrated poets of Eastern Christianity and the Syriac tradition. The Gorgias Press edition, edited by Sebastian P. Brock, contains over 100,000 lines of poetry based on Bedjan’s 1905 edition.
$75.00

Homilies of Mar Jacob of Sarug / Homiliae Selectae Mar-Jacobi Sarugensis (5 of 6 volumes)

Edited by Paul Bedjan and Sebastian P. Brock
ISBN: 1-59333-332-3
Jacob of Sarug is one of the most celebrated poets of Eastern Christianity and the Syriac tradition. The Gorgias Press edition, edited by Sebastian P. Brock, contains over 100,000 lines of poetry based on Bedjan’s 1905 edition.
$75.00

Homilies of Mar Jacob of Sarug / Homiliae Selectae Mar-Jacobi Sarugensis (6 of 6 volumes)

Edited by Paul Bedjan and Sebastian P. Brock
ISBN: 1-59333-333-1
Jacob of Sarug is one of the most celebrated poets of Eastern Christianity and the Syriac tradition. The Gorgias Press edition, edited by Sebastian P. Brock, contains over 100,000 lines of poetry based on Bedjan’s 1905 edition.
$75.00