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The Paradise or Garden of the Holy Fathers Being Histories of the Anchorites Recluses Monks . Compiled by Athanasius Archbishop of Alexandria Palladius Bishop of Helenopolis Saint Jerome and Others.

The Paradise or Garden of the Holy Fathers Being Histories of the Anchorites Recluses Monks Coenobites and Ascetic Fathers of the Deserts of Egypt Between . Now Translated Out Of The Syriac With Notes & Introduction by Ernest A. Wallis Budge . :LITT. LIT Keeper of the Assyrian & Egyptian Antiquities in the British Museum. Published at london by chatto & windus MCMVII. From the story of the monk who visited sylvanus in sinai. Mus. MS. 14,648, Vol. 10b).

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Book digitized by Google from the library of the University of Michigan and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tp. A rev. translation of The book of paradise, as compiled by ʻAnān Ishoʻ, and published in 1904. The life of Saint Anthony, by Athanasius, Archbishop of Alexandria": v. 1, p. 3-76.

Paradise or garden of the holy fathers, Volume 1: Introduction ; The life of St. Anthony by Athanasius, Archbp.

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Athanasius is counted as one of the four Great Doctors of the Church in the Roman Catholic Church and in Eastern Orthodoxy, he is labeled the "Father of Orthodoxy". He is also celebrated by many Protestants, who label him "Father of The Canon". Athanasius is venerated as a Christian saint, whose feast day is 2 May in Western Christianity, 15 May in the Coptic Orthodox Church, and 18 January in the other Eastern Orthodox Churches. He is venerated by the Roman Catholic Church, Oriental and Eastern Orthodox churches, the Lutherans, and the Anglican Communion.

of the Holy Fathers, Being Histories of the Anchorites, Recluses, Monks, Cenobites and Ascetic Fathers of the Deserts of Egypt Between 250 . Format:Library Binding.

The Paradise, or the Garden of the Holy Fathers, Being Histories of the Anchorites, Recluses, Monks, Cenobites and Ascetic Fathers of the Deserts of Egypt Between 250 . and Ca. 400. by Trudy Sandler Goldstein. Select Format: Library Binding. ISBN13:9780833740113.

Sayings of the Desert Fathers. Whether a book is in the public domain may vary country to country. Public domain books are our gateways to the past, representing a wealth of history, culture and knowledge thats often difcult to discover. Public domain books belong to the public and we are merely their custodians.

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Being Histories of the Anchorites Recluses Monks Coenobites and Ascetic Fathers of the Deserts of Egypt Between A. D. CCL . CCL and A. CCCC Circiter. Then the two of them went to the monk in the desert, and seeing each other they rejoiced, and the two men related to the third the tribulations which had befallen them in the world, and entreated him to tell them how he had lived in the desert. And he was silent, but after a little he said unto them, Come, let each Of us go and fill a vessel of water and after they-had filled the vessel, he said unto them, Pour out some of the water into a basin, and look down to the bottom through it, and they did so.