This volume presents English translations of the Offices of the Orthodox Church, designed to help scholars and Christians of all backgrounds better understand this ancient church. Also included is a historical introduction, valuable for orienting the unfamiliar reader to the doctrines, rites, and religious life of the Eastern Church.
With the Logos edition, all Scripture references are tagged and appear in your favorite translation on mouseover. This work is completely searchable, so you can see the connections between various themes, Saints, and Scripture references across the Eastern liturgical services like never before. You can also cross-reference related services or texts at the touch of a button, and all your dictionaries and other reference tools are just a click away.
Nicholas Bjerring (1831–1900) was the first Orthodox priest to establish an Orthodox community in the northeastern United States. He also wrote Unbelief and the Indifference in Religion and translated The Russian Orthodox Church: A Treatise of Her Origin and Life.