From St Isaac the Syrian to Dostoyevsky

"Some people think that when they read Dostoyevsky, they are reading crime fiction or an explorer of the human soul who charts our unknown and unapproachable being. And it is true: he does all that. But the most important thing is that, through all this, he instills into us the consolation of the Spirit and the certainty of the existence of Him who holds all things together, who (sic) He loves and saves man." From St Isaac the Syrian to Dostoyevsky

Author: Archimandrite Vasileios, Abbot of Iveron Monastery, Mt Athos
Format: Softcover Booklet
Pages: 23