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22. 8 spirits of evil [Link]

Thank you for sharing. Learned more about the Orthodox Church and saints after reading the article:

November 26 is a date well known for many of us, since on this day the Orthodox Church celebrates the feast day of St. John Chrysostom. But a day earlier, on November 25, the church calendar marks the commemoration day of the disciple of St. John - the Venerable Nilus the Faster (Sinai), whose work "On the Eight Spirits of Evil" was included in the famous ascetic collection "Philokalia"

Found a nice source for parables too:

Since the time of the primitive Christian Church, a story told by Jesus Christ as an illustration of His teaching has been called a parable (in Greek, "parabole"). At the root of the Greek word " https://stjohndc.org/en/orthodoxy-foundation/gospel-parable

Appreciate the artist and artwork included.
The article presented artwork attributed (and has been disputed too) to Hieronymus Bosch.

Bosch is an interesting artist to study; along side to the religion during his time.
Hieronymus Bosch was a Christian.
One
good thing from college liberal arts requirements: art history. Not like now a days.

"Hieronymus Bosch is a canonized figure in art history for his religious and allegorical panel paintings populated with grotesque creatures and nightmarish scenes. Bosch’s macabre imagery is often interpreted as a visual translation of metaphors found in the Bible with the intent of instilling moralizing Christian principles in the viewer. link

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Really enjoying these Roosh, keep 'em coming! :like:

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These are great articles. I'll read them all for my morning reading. Thank you.

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