Resources on Edith M. Humphrey

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Jesus in First Place: The Dismissal-Resurrectional Theotokion in Tone 8 Commentary/Exegesis by Edith M. Humphrey https://blogs.ancientfaith.com/alampfortoday/2019/10/23/jesus-in-first-place-the-dismissal-resurrectional-theotokion-in-tone-8/ Commentary/Exegesis by Edith M. Humphrey Topics: Liturgy , Incarnation Source: Ancient Faith Blog Edith Humphrey offers a biblical introduction to the the dismissal-resurrectional Theotokion in tone eight from the Orthodox Church liturgy. Angels, Help us to Adore Him! Commentary/Exegesis by Edith M. Humphrey https://blogs.ancientfaith.com/alampfortoday/2015/11/06/angels-help-us-to-adore-him-twenty-third-after-pentecost-synaxis-of-the-archangels-and-heavenly-host/ Commentary/Exegesis by Edith M. Humphrey Topics: Angels , Liturgy Source: Ancient Faith Blog In this commentary from the Orthodox tradition, Edith Humphrey introduces the Synaxis of the Archangels and Heavenly Host in the Orthodox Church liturgy with particular reference to the proper Christian regard for angels. Sunday of Holy Fathers of Seventh Ecumenical Council Commentary/Exegesis by Edith M. Humphrey https://blogs.ancientfaith.com/alampfortoday/2015/10/09/sunday-of-holy-fathers-of-seventh-ecumenical-council-things-sure-and-shallow/ Commentary/Exegesis by Edith M. Humphrey Topics: NPNF2-14. The Seven Ecumenical Councils Source: Ancient Faith Blog Edith Humphrey uses Genesis 14:14-20, Deuteronomy 1:8-11, 15-17, 10:14-21, Luke 8:5-15 and Titus 3:8-15 to introduce the Sunday of Holy Fathers of Seventh Ecumenical Council in the Orthodox Church. Sole Fide? Seventh Sunday of Luke, 21st Sunday after Pentecost Commentary/Exegesis by Edith M. Humphrey https://blogs.ancientfaith.com/alampfortoday/2017/10/27/sole-fide-seventh-sunday-luke-21st-sunday-pentecost/ Commentary/Exegesis by Edith M. Humphrey Topics: Faith , Christ , Luke , Liturgy Source: Ancient Faith Blog Edith Humphrey offers a biblical introduction to the Seventh Sunday of Luke in the Orthodox Church liturgy, with an emphasis on the relationship between our faith and Christ’s power. Loving Lepers, Foreigners and Israel: Twelfth Sunday of Luke and St. Anthony the Great Commentary/Exegesis by Edith M. Humphrey https://blogs.ancientfaith.com/alampfortoday/2016/01/15/loving-lepers-foreigners-and-israel-twelfth-sunday-of-luke-and-st-anthony-the-great/ Commentary/Exegesis by Edith M. Humphrey Topics: Foreigner , Israel , Luke , Liturgy Source: Ancient Faith Blog Edith Humphrey offers a biblical introduction for the Twelfth Sunday of Luke and St. Anthony the Greatymns from the Orthodox Church liturgy. Right but Dead Wrong! Judgment Sunday Commentary/Exegesis by Edith M. Humphrey https://blogs.ancientfaith.com/alampfortoday/2018/02/09/right-but-dead-wrong-judgment-sunday/ Commentary/Exegesis by Edith M. Humphrey Topics: Judgment , Liturgy Source: Ancient Faith Blog Edith Humphrey offers a biblical introduction to Judgement Sunday in the Orthodox Church liturgy. Calling All Sinners: The Apostles, the Women Disciples, and the Resurrection Hymns in the Fourth Tone Commentary/Exegesis by Edith M. Humphrey https://blogs.ancientfaith.com/alampfortoday/2018/06/29/calling-all-sinners-the-apostles-the-women-disciples-and-the-resurrection-hymns-in-the-fourth-tone/ Commentary/Exegesis by Edith M. Humphrey Topics: Resurrection , Women , Liturgy Source: Ancient Faith Blog Edith Humphrey offers a biblical introduction to the resurrection hymns in tone four from the Orthodox Church liturgy. Shine, O New Jerusalem! Commentary/Exegesis by Edith M. Humphrey https://blogs.ancientfaith.com/alampfortoday/2018/04/13/shine-o-new-jerusalem/ Commentary/Exegesis by Edith M. Humphrey Topics: Liturgy Source: Ancient Faith Blog Edith Humphrey offers a biblical introduction to a wonderful hymn to the Theotokos for Pascha from the Orthodox Church liturgy. The Expected and the Unexpected: Twenty-eighth after Pentecost and Sunday of the Forefathers Commentary/Exegesis by Edith M. Humphrey https://blogs.ancientfaith.com/alampfortoday/2017/12/15/expected-unexpected-twenty-eighth-pentecost-sunday-forefathers/ Commentary/Exegesis by Edith M. Humphrey Topics: Liturgy , Nativity Source: Ancient Faith Blog Edith Humphrey offers a biblical introduction to hymns and Scripture for the twenty-eighth after Pentecost and the Sunday of the Forefathers of Christ from the Orthodox Church liturgy. Rahab? One of these names is not like the others! Commentary/Exegesis by Edith M. Humphrey https://blogs.ancientfaith.com/alampfortoday/2015/12/18/rahab-one-names-not-like-others-sunday-nativity/ Commentary/Exegesis by Edith M. Humphrey Source: Ancient Faith Blog Edith Humphrey offers commentary on Joshua 2, 6:23-25, Matthew 1, and Hebrews 11:9-10, 32-40 from the Orthodox tradition, with a focus on Rahab and her place in the genealogy of Jesus. Sunday of the Myrrh-Bearing Women: Anointing and Faith Commentary/Exegesis by Edith M. Humphrey https://blogs.ancientfaith.com/alampfortoday/2015/04/24/sunday-of-the-myrrh-bearing-women-anointing-and-faith/ Commentary/Exegesis by Edith M. Humphrey Topics: Faith , Liturgy Source: Ancient Faith Blog Edith Humphrey offers a biblical introduction to the Sunday of the Myrrh-Bearing Women from the Orthodox Church liturgy. Humility that is Heard In Heaven: The Sunday of the Publican and the Pharisee Commentary/Exegesis by Edith M. Humphrey https://blogs.ancientfaith.com/alampfortoday/2017/02/03/humility-heard-heaven-sunday-publican-pharisee/ Commentary/Exegesis by Edith M. Humphrey Topics: Humility , Pharisees , Liturgy Source: Ancient Faith Blog Edith Humphrey offers a biblical introduction to the Scripture for the Sunday of the Publican and the Pharisee in the Orthodox Church liturgy with particular emphasis on humility. The Transfiguration: Transforming Light Commentary/Exegesis by Edith M. Humphrey https://blogs.ancientfaith.com/alampfortoday/2015/08/06/the-transfiguration-transforming-light/ Commentary/Exegesis by Edith M. Humphrey Topics: Transfiguration Source: Ancient Faith Blog Edith Humphrey compares the Transfiguration accounts in Mark 9:1-13, Matthew 17:1-13 and Luke 9:28-36 from the perspective of the Orthodox tradition. Following the Foremost Forerunner Commentary/Exegesis by Edith M. Humphrey https://blogs.ancientfaith.com/alampfortoday/2016/04/08/fourth-sunday-lent-st-john-climacus-following-foremost-forerunner/ Commentary/Exegesis by Edith M. Humphrey Topics: Lent , Hope , Promises , St. John Climacus Source: Ancient Faith Blog Edith Humphrey offers commentary on Genesis 14:14-20, 22:16-18, Isaiah 52:13-15, 53:1-6, Mark 9:17-31, and Hebrews 6:13-20 from the Orthodox tradition, calling us to follow Christ as Forerunner. Even to the Angels Unknown! - The Resurrectional-Dismissal Theotokion in Tone Four Commentary/Exegesis by Edith M. Humphrey https://blogs.ancientfaith.com/alampfortoday/2019/10/04/even-to-the-angels-unknown-the-resurrectional-dismissal-theotokion-in-tone-four/ Commentary/Exegesis by Edith M. Humphrey Topics: Mystery , Liturgy Source: Ancient Faith Blog Edith Humphrey offers a biblical introduction to the the dismissal-resurrectional Theotokion in tone four from the Orthodox Church liturgy. The Ascension: Christ’s Victory, Our Hope! Commentary/Exegesis by Edith M. Humphrey https://blogs.ancientfaith.com/alampfortoday/2015/05/21/the-ascension-christs-victory-our-hope/ Commentary/Exegesis by Edith M. Humphrey Topics: Hope , Ascension , Feast of the Ascension Source: Ancient Faith Blog Edith Humphrey considers the Ascension accounts in Isaiah 2:2-3, Isaiah 62:10-63:9, Zechariah 14:1-11, Luke 24:46-52, and Acts 1:1-12 from the perspective of the Orthodox tradition. The Sunday of St. Mary of Egypt: A Cautionary Tale and Godly Ambition Commentary/Exegesis by Edith M. Humphrey https://blogs.ancientfaith.com/alampfortoday/2015/03/27/the-sunday-of-st-mary-of-egypt-a-cautionary-tale-and-godly-ambition/ Commentary/Exegesis by Edith M. Humphrey Source: Ancient Faith Blog Edith Humphrey offers a biblical introduction to the Sunday of St. Mary of Egypt from the Orthodox Church liturgy. Dancing with the Prophets: The Resurrectional Hymns in Tone Three Commentary/Exegesis by Edith M. Humphrey https://blogs.ancientfaith.com/alampfortoday/2019/07/12/dancing-with-the-prophets-the-resurrectional-hymns-in-tone-three/ Commentary/Exegesis by Edith M. Humphrey Topics: Resurrection , Liturgy Source: Ancient Faith Blog Edith Humphrey offers a biblical introduction to the troparion and kontakion for the resurrection in tone three from the Orthodox Church liturgy. Falling on our Faces: the Feast of the Transfiguration Commentary/Exegesis by Edith M. Humphrey https://blogs.ancientfaith.com/alampfortoday/2017/08/04/falling-faces-feast-transfiguration/ Commentary/Exegesis by Edith M. Humphrey Topics: Transfiguration , Feast of the Transfiguration of Christ Source: Ancient Faith Blog Edith Humphrey offers a biblical introduction to the Feast of the Transfiguration from the Orthodox Church liturgy. Carrying Your Creator: The Dismissal-Resurrectional Theotokion in Tone One Commentary/Exegesis by Edith M. Humphrey https://blogs.ancientfaith.com/alampfortoday/2019/11/01/carrying-your-creator-the-dismissal-resurrectional-theotokion-in-tone-one/ Commentary/Exegesis by Edith M. Humphrey Topics: Liturgy Source: Ancient Faith Blog Edith Humphrey offers a biblical introduction to the the dismissal-resurrectional Theotokion in tone one from the Orthodox Church liturgy.

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