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Subtitle: Encountering the Divine in Orthodox Christianity
by Fr. Andrew Stephen Damick
Speaking to non-believers and believers alike, Fr. Andrew Damick attempts to create a sacred space in which we can encounter God. In this compact volume, he distills the essence of the traditional Christian faith, addressing the fundamental mysteries of where God is, who God is, why we go to church, and why Christian morality matters. If you’ve only heard about the Protestant or Roman Catholic version of Christianity, what he has to say may surprise you—and make you long to encounter God in Jesus Christ.
From the Foreword by Jonathan Jackson Fr. Andrew Damick has written a beautiful, humble, and profound book on the mystery of God’s love for mankind. It is beautiful because the author is introducing the reader to the Beautiful One. It is humble because Fr. Andrew has no interest in conveying his own ideas or philosophies—only the True Faith as passed down from Christ and His Apostles from generation to generation. It is profound because it is a clear and prayerful exposition of pristine Christianity.
About the Author: The Very Rev. Archpriest Andrew Stephen Damick is pastor of St. Paul Orthodox Church of Emmaus, Pennsylvania, and author of multiple books from Ancient Faith Publishing. He is host of the Orthodoxy and Heterodoxy and Roads from Emmaus podcasts on Ancient Faith Radio, as well as editor-in-chief and author (respectively) of blogs of the same name, and co-host of The Areopagus podcast. Fr. Andrew is a frequent speaker at lectures and retreats both in parishes and in other settings. He resides in Emmaus with his wife Kh. Nicole and their children.
Author: Fr. Andrew Stephen Damick
Also available as an ebook.
Dimensions: 5.5 X 8.5 inches
Page Length: 192 pages
Publisher: Ancient Faith Publishing
ISBN: 978-1-936270-99-6 (Author Signed copy)
Retail Price: $17.95
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