Friday, June 10, 2022

An Annual Appeal and a New Booklet Available of an Unpublished Lecture of Father John Romanides


Dear Readers:

I am making a new booklet available of an unpublished lecture by Father John Romanides he gave to Lutherans in 1989 titled "The Canon and the Inspiration of the Holy Scripture." It is an excellent introduction to the study of the Bible from an Orthodox Christian perspective of biblical inspiration. This will only be distributed to those who make a donation towards the ministry of the Mystagogy Resource Center of no less than $25 and make a request for it when making their donation (you must put it in the notes upon checkout).

Though I annually make an appeal for financial assistance before Pentecost, I understand it is a difficult time financially for many, which is why I am offering this booklet exclusively to donors as an incentive to support this ministry. Please consider making your annual contribution of any amount with a monthly subscription (Paypal or Patreon) at the links or address below so that the work of the Mystagogy Resource Center can continue.

Below is an excerpt from the booklet:

"According to the common faith of the Church, God's revelation in the Holy Scriptures of the Old Testament points to the incarnation of the Son, Jesus Christ, who was crucified and who rose from the dead for our salvation. The Church teaches that the Son of God was the revealer to the prophets even before his incarnation (1 Cor. 10:4; John 8:58). The saving work of the Triune God (oikonomia) is completed in the outpouring  of the Holy Spirit at Pentecost and in the gathering of the Church (Acts 2:1,17) which awaits the consummation. The traditions regarding the incarnate Lord himself and the message of the apostles were joined to the Holy Scriptures of Israel as their fulfillment and completion (Heb. 10:11; 2 Cor. 3:3-18). These new writings, a deposit of the apostolic oral tradition, became the New Testament."

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With love in Christ,

John Sanidopoulos

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