Coveting Is a Sin!

I have and am in the process of expanding our bibliography. Give me a few weeks. If there is something not up there that you think should be, let me know.


9 Responses to Coveting Is a Sin!

  1. William B says:

    John Romanides borrowed much of material from the French historian Augustin Thierry:

    1) History of the Conquest of England by the Normans; Its Causes And Its Consequences in England, Scotland, Ireland And on the Continent

    2) Tales of the early Franks: Episodes from Merovingian history

  2. Inquirer says:


    Thank you very much!

  3. acolyte says:


    Are virtues natural or personal? They are both so that they are available to all. This falls in line with Romans 1-2 where Paul speaks of those who do inf act obey the law, regardless of their covenantal relationship to God. To be frank, I haven’t spent a lot of time on that subject, though, along with many others I’d like to. It is discussed in some of the better systematic works like Staniloe’s two vol work, which is worth having all by itself.

  4. Inquirer says:

    David Richards,

    What is the name of Romanide’s work?


  5. David Richards says:

    You might want to include Romanides’s corrective to Meyendorff’s book on Gregory Palamas, so people can gain a fuller perspective.

  6. Michael says:

    You mentioned on the Manion thread that, because of the incarnation, virtues are available to all and so even the non-Chrismated may become holy. I accept that, but is there a good article or book to peruse on that subject? It encompasses the most vital issue of soteriology. Thanks for your help.

  7. William B says:

    I just bought these two books:

    1) Crisis in Byzantium: The Filioque Controversy in the Patriarchate of Gregory II of Cyprus (1283-1289)- Aristeides Papadakis

    2) Energies of the Spirit: Trinitarian Models in Eastern Orthodox and Western Theology- Duncan Reid

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