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God’s Revelation to the Human Heart

Fr. Seraphim Rose

“In the spring of 1981, less than a year and a half before his repose, Fr. Seraphim Rose was invited to give a lecture at the University of California, Santa Cruz. His audience was to be comprised of students from a class on comparative religions, called ‘World Religions in the U.S.’ [...]One of Fr. Seraphim’s intentions in speaking to the students was to show them that spiritual life was not just something to be ‘enjoyed,’ but was rather a kind of battleground where the soul becomes purified through suffering. To many of the students this was a novel concept; for who of the modern-day religious figures, wishing to gain a popular following, would have called people to a way of ceaseless suffering and struggle? Such, however, was the way that Christ Himself went and beckoned men to follow. And Fr. Seraphim, indicating this narrow path in the course of his lecture, moved some of his listeners to take up their crosses and follow it.”


1. The Search
2. Revelation
3. Suffering
4. Rebirth
5. Conclusion
6. Questions and Answers

Item Number: BKP232
Publication Data: Platina, CA: St. Herman of Alaska Brotherhood, 2007
Format: softcover
Number of Pages: 51
Dimensions (l × w × h): 21.6 cm × 13.4 cm × 0.5 cm
Additional Information: black-and-white illustrations
ISBN-13: 978‒0‒938635‒03‒1

$5.95 (USD)


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