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John Chrysostom

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  • Then again, he relies on any accessible sources including Yuhanna Fam Al-Thahab in English he is known as John Chrysostom for whom he wrote religious hymns in Al-Safir Newspaper without telling readers that this Yuhanna had written the worst diatribes against Jews to the extent that Nazis found him useful.

    Thursday, January 31, 2008

  • Emperor Areadius, at the suggestion of his minister Eutropius, had sent to the Prefect of Antioch to call John Chrysostom out of the town without the knowledge of the people, and to send him straight to

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 8: Infamy-Lapparent

  • St. John Chrysostom, in elucidating this Beatitude says that the opposite of the virtue of righteousness is covetousness.

    Eric Simpson: Those Who Hunger And Thirst For Righteousness Will Be Filled

  • St. John Chrysostom, in elucidating this Beatitude says that the opposite of the virtue of righteousness is covetousness.

    Eric Simpson: Those Who Hunger And Thirst For Righteousness Will Be Filled

  • Dürer's smaller copper engraving of "The Penitance of Saint John Chrysostom" circa 1497 is based on a bizarre legend: when the saint was living as a hermit, a young princess sought refuge in his cave; he seduced her, and then in a panic threw her off a cliff.

    Masterful Engravers

  • St. John Chrysostom, Patriarch of Constantinople from C.E. 398 to 404 wasted no time when he challenged early Christians in his care about their wealth: God in the beginning made not one man rich, and another poor….

    Rediscovering Values

  • St. John Chrysostom, Patriarch of Constantinople from C.E. 398 to 404 wasted no time when he challenged early Christians in his care about their wealth: God in the beginning made not one man rich, and another poor….

    Rediscovering Values

  • St. John Chrysostom, Patriarch of Constantinople from C.E. 398 to 404 wasted no time when he challenged early Christians in his care about their wealth: God in the beginning made not one man rich, and another poor….

    Rediscovering Values

  • St. John Chrysostom, in his sermon on poverty and wealth, says there is no need to build bigger barns, that we already have all the barns that we need, "the stomachs of the poor."

    Eric Simpson: The 'If-Only' Folly: The Insatiable Emptiness of Consumerist Culture

  • St. John Chrysostom, Patriarch of Constantinople from C.E. 398 to 404 wasted no time when he challenged early Christians in his care about their wealth: God in the beginning made not one man rich, and another poor….

    Rediscovering Values

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