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ISBN:0264674871
Author: John Baggley
ISBN13: 978-0264674872
Title: Festival Icons for the Christian Year
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Language: English
Publisher: Mowbray (January 27, 2000)
Pages: 192

Festival Icons for the Christian Year by John Baggley



Start by marking Festival Icons for the Christian Year as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. I think that those who are looking for a meaty book would really enjoy this one, but I am more on the e level of understanding so a lot of the information did not completely make sense to me. I did find it helpful in understanding the festival calendar and the icons that go with the special events.

A&C Black, 1 Oca 2000 - 180 sayfa. ival Icons for the Christian Year. html?hl tr&id AhK2XeCzOeYC. This text provides the general reader with an insight into the most important icons of the Church's year, in their setting. It discusses the season of the year and the festival in which they figure and provides the words of prayer and liturgy which are used with them. Festival Icons for the Christian Year.

Home . Details for: Festival Icons for the Christian Year. Normal view MARC view ISBD view. Festival Icons for the Christian Year, Baggley John. Publication: Crestwood : St. Vladimir's Seminary Press, 2000Description: 180 с. c. : цв. и. SBN: 0-88141-201-5. Subject: Церковный год, Church year Духовная жизнь -Православная восточная церковь, Spiritual life - Orthodox Eastern Church Иконы - Культ, Icons - Cult Православная Восточная церковь - Литургия, Orthodox Eastern Church - Liturgy

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Only 5 left in stock (more on the way). Fortunately, in pencil. It took me more than an hour to erase all that distracting underlining. John Baggley, a Roman Catholic, explains the significance of Orthodox Christian feasts using their icons and liturgical texts. No one can understand Orthodoxy without understanding the main feasts, and this is a great introduction to them.

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The Christian year is full of great feasts, such as Christmas, Easter and Pentecost. Beautifully illustrated with color plates, Festival Icons for the Christian Yearintroduces the general render to the most important icons of the Orthodox Church associated with these major festivals, accompanied by words of prayer and liturgy  . John Baggley is the author of the highly successful Doors of Perception (Mowbray and St Vladimir's Seminary Press, 1996). He is a Roman Catholic priest of the Archdiocese of Birmingham, currently working in Blackbird Leys, Oxford.

Books by John Baggley, Festival Icons for the Christian Year, Doors of perception, Festival Icons for the Church's Year. Created April 1, 2008.

Doors of Perception: Icons and Their Spiritual Significance. Crestwood, New York: St. Vladimir's Seminary Press, 1995. This book by Father Baggley has become a classic in the study of icons for readers who want to investigate their meaning. Vladimir's Seminary Press, 2000. Father Baggley is an Anglican priest in Oxford, England. His previous work on icons has become a classic title for those who want to study icons. This book gives insight on icons for people of all faith traditions who now have become intrigued by the beauty and mystery of icons.

Festival Icons for the Christian Year. SVS Press, New-York, 2000 (read it partially). Icons: revelation in image, John Binns, Introduction to the Christian Orthodox Churches (read the article). The essence of the Icon, Michel Quenot.

This text provides the general reader with an insight into the most important icons of the Church's year, in their setting. It discusses the season of the year and the festival in which they figure and provides the words of prayer and liturgy which are used with them.
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I've just begun reading this book, and it seems to be what I was looking for. However, despite it's 'very good' condition rating, much of it was heavily underlined. Fortunately, in pencil. It took me more than an hour to erase all that distracting underlining. Also, I wish there was a wider offering of reproductions of the icons selected for inclusion.
Winasana
John Baggley, a Roman Catholic, explains the significance of Orthodox Christian feasts using their icons and liturgical texts. The icons are beautiful and well-chosen, his commentary is accurate and often challenging, and the liturgical texts speak for themselves. No one can understand Orthodoxy without understanding the main feasts, and this is a great introduction to them. Of course ultimately you have to celebrate the feasts with the Church in order to understand them fully. All Christians, especially Orthodox, will benefit from reading this book.