- Noetic Jerusalem
Anthony, along with his beloved wife, Sarah recently completed Noetic Jerusalem; a wonderful text employing many well-known patristic texts (e.g; The Philokalia, Ante/Post Nicene Fathers, et al.) to diagram the soul’s composition and nature, expose how demon’s attack, and illumine Church Father weaponry for warfare against the devil.
As such, Noetic Jerusalem functions as a handbook for cooperation with God’s grace, as we seek movement toward purification, and exists as an indispensable tool for shielding ourselves from evil thoughts so we more vigorously pursue blessed humility.Read More
- Spiritual Alchemy
Spiritual Alchemy surfaces at a crucial juncture of modern history and intends to serve as a catalyst for humanity's return to the Christ-centered life. This objective is accomplished in three parts: Part One (The Fall) addresses our need for healing, Part Two (The Cure) focuses on ways to pursue this requisite path to spiritual health, and Part Three (The Jesus Prayer) concentrates on how the Prayer of the Heart exists as the ultimate vehicle for spiritual alchemy.Read More
- The Gates of Hades Prevaileth Not
[Unfortunately, an error lives in the pages of this book. Anthony accidentally located the Church Father Tertullian's involvement in Montanism before his entrance into the Eastern Orthodox Church, his participation occurred after he had been an Orthodox Christian. Please accept Anthony's humble apology.
The absence by so much of the West of knowledge about the Orthodox Christian Church has been remedied by The Gates of Hades Prevaileth Not. Within its pages dwells discussion on Christology, Trinitrian theology, and more; many of these terrains are raised within the context of councils addressing deviations from Apostolic and Church Father teaching. A comprehensive A-Z digest makes researching the wealth of knowledge in The Gates of Hades convenient and effective.Read More
- West of Jesus
West of Jesus is a condensed journey through Church history that establishes the Orthodox Christian Church as the Body of Christ; as the Church founded by the Lord Jesus Christ in the first century, as evidenced by the New Testament. Protestant schism from the historic Church and the failue to return to the Church erected in the first century ended in the abandonment of Holy Tradition. This resulted in the relegation of the sacraments to mere symbols, a misunderstanding of the process of salvation, and other distortions of sacred Scripture.Read More