“Like Dostoevsky, Papadiamandis looked deep into the human soul…”

“Like Dostoevsky, Papadiamandis looked deep into the human soul and found that its beauty and nobility depend not on the power of its intellect, or on the intensity of its desire, but on its genuine relationship with God.” – Hieromonk Alexis (Trader)  

“_Greece’s Dostoevsky_ [is] far more than a description of theological teachings contained within the literature of an important writer in modern Greece…”

“…Greece’s Dostoevsky [is] far more than a description of theological teachings contained within the literature of an important writer in modern Greece. It is a catechism. In fact, it is not only a catechism for those who know little about Orthodox liturgy and faith — it can also act as a compass for those who […]

“The theology hidden in Papadiamandis works is, in the final analysis, one of the Transfiguration…”

“The theology hidden in Papadiamandis works is, in the final analysis, one of the Transfiguration, depicting the transformation of a group of people into the body of Christ, and of the simple piety of the humble and rejected into liturgy, spiritual glory, and truth.” – Dr. Anestis Keselopoulos

Tell Us What We Did Wrong! (Notice any Typos, etc. in Precious Vessels?)

As I (slowly!) make my way to publication of Greece’s Dostoevsky, I am also in the happy position of looking at reprinting Precious Vessels of the Holy Spirit: The Lives and Counsels of Contemporary Elders of Greece. I’ve made a bunch of tweaks to the typeface, as well as to many other things that most […]