Peace on Earth

"Thus, as peace began to be [established], the angels proclaimed, 'Glory to God in the highest and peace on earth (Luke 2.14).' When lower beings received [peace] from superior beings, they cried, 'Glory on earth and peace in the heavens (Luke 19.38).' At that time when the divinity came down and was clothed in humanity,... Continue Reading →

God Saves His People

The human problem is not that we need to be removed from the yoke of Caesar as the Jews of Christ’s time would say, it is not that we have offended and angered God as some of our time have said, no, it is our sin that is killing us.

The Paradox of The Incarnation

From the pen of our father St. Philoxenos of Mabbug: "The Ancient of days became a child; the Most High became an infant in the womb, and God became man in the womb. The Spiritual One became corporeal; the Invisible One was seen; the Intangible One was handled... Invisible, we see Him; not tangible, we... Continue Reading →

How Can This Be?

St. Jacob of Serugh narrates the experience of the Virgin Mary as the archangel Gabriel  gives an answer to her question, “How can this be, since I do not know a man? (Luke 1.34)” “The Holy Spirit will come to you in a holy manner and the power of the Exalted One will abide upon... Continue Reading →

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