This blog contains a collection of powerful prayers and appeals to the pagan gods, that can help you to solve your problems or get what you want. Be careful, the gods do not like being disturbed at trifles. Remember that for everything in this world need to pay, and if you want to get something one day the gods may demand something in return. Need to be prepared for it. Love one another, love gods, and do good to people, it's the easiest thing you can do, and welcome back to you. Blessed Be!

Saturday, 19 April 2014

Professor Stylianos Papadopoulos Buried At Mount Athos

Professor Stylianos Papadopoulos Buried At Mount Athos
On the sunup of January 15th the Emeritus Coach of Religious studies at the Bookish of Athens Stylianos Papadopoulos reposed. His committal was assumed that day at the Bookish Cathedral of Kapnikarea in Athens and afterwards transferred to Docheiareiou Monastery on Enlarge Athos, anywhere his son and a nephew are monks, to be out of sight on January 16th. He similarly was tonsured a monk towards the end of his life and went by the name of Gerasimos.

Coach Stylianos was apparently top figure well-known to English-speakers for his biography about Elder Iakovos Tsalikes, whom he knew expressly, and for characters about his well-known uncle Bishop Gerasimos (Papadopoulos) of Abydos (+ June 12, 1995) who educated and resided at Hellenic College/Holy Sideways Speculative of Religious studies and for whom his nephew gave an potent talking to at his committal at Blessed Sideways Chapel. Bishop Gerasimos similarly was an Athonite monk above to his becoming bishop in the Coupled States.


Stylianos G. Papadopoulos was uneducated in ancient Cleones of Corinth in 1933 and studied Religious studies at the Bookish of Athens, Patrology and Complicated Studies at Sorbonne (Paris), and Complicated theology and literature as well as the history of philosophy at Munich. He published a number of studies and monographs on Researcher theology in Byzantium, as well as for the supreme Cathedral Fathers Athanasius, Sage, Gregory the Theologian, John Chrysostom and Cyril of Alexandria.

He graduated with a Ph.D. from the Theological Speculative of Athens (1967), and became tutor and schoolteacher (1972) for the seat of Patrology and Patristic theology and educated at other better institutions.

He published a total manipulate on Patrology (2 volumes), published theological-philosophical studies on here issues (such as theology and idiom), wrote feature biographies, hard conferences (locally and abroad), took part in mixed conferences, represented the Patriarchate of Alexandria in inter-Orthodox, inter-Church and inter-Christian dialogues and conferences, was invited to tongue surrounded by university circles theological faculties in Italy, Russia, England, Czech Republic, Serbia, Bulgaria, Romania, Lebanon, Slovakia, Poland and Egypt, and continued as schoolteacher emeritus until the end of his life teaching patristic theology and appropriate dig.


Gerasimos Papadopoulos: Bishop of Abydos, The Shrewd Abba of America

The Patch of the Blessed Spirit: Elder Iakovos of Evia

The Blessed Trinity and the Parousia of the Blessed Life According to St. John Chrysostom


Thomas in Byzanz

Beitrag zur Theologie der Einheit