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Epistolais Petrou A-B

Epistolais Petrou A-B by Stephanos

Stephanos' collection of letters in "Epistolais Petrou A-B" offers a fascinating glimpse into the life and thoughts of the author. The letters are brimming with emotion, introspection, and philosophical musings, providing a deep insight into the mind of Stephanos. The language is poetic and evocative, drawing the reader in and immersing them in the world of the author.

The format of the book, presented as a series of letters, adds an intimate and personal touch to the writing. Through these letters, Stephanos explores a wide range of topics, from love and loss to the nature of existence and the human condition. Each letter is thought-provoking and captivating, inviting the reader to reflect on their own beliefs and experiences.

Overall, "Epistolais Petrou A-B" is a beautifully written and thought-provoking collection that will appeal to readers who enjoy deep, introspective writing. Stephanos' unique voice and profound insights make this book a compelling read that lingers in the mind long after the last page is turned.

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H Επιστολή αυτή γράφτηκε στην Ρώμη το 50-56 μ.χ
Ο Άγιος Παύλος προτρέπει τους Χριστιανούς να χαίρονται στις θλίψεις. Θα πρέπει να δέχονται τις αδικίες που προκαλούν θλίψη με την συναίσθηση και πίστη ότι μέσα από αυτές θα οδηγηθούν και θα ζήσουν τον θάνατο και την ανάσταση. Με αυτό τον τρόπο γίνονται μέτοχοι στον θάνατο του Ιησού Χριστού και στην ανάσταση του.

Η Ημερομηνία της δεύτερης επιστολής βρίσκεται πιθανότατα ανάμεσα στο 63-67 μετά Χριστό , ενώ βρισκόταν στην φυλακή της Ρώμης ο Απόστολος Παύλος.
Ο κόσμος απιστεί , εξαπατά και χλευάζει, όμως οι χριστιανοί θα πρέπει να διατηρούν το χριστιανικό τρόπο ζωής , συνεχώς αυξανόμενοι σε αγιότητα και σε αρετές και ποτέ δεν θα πρέπει να στραφούν πίσω στον παλιό τρόπο ζωής.

The first epistle of Saint Peter was written in Rome 50-67 A.D.
Saint Peter exhorts Christians to rejoice in suffering. They should enter into unjust suffering with a spirit of death and resurrection. Thus they partake in Jesus Christ’s death and resurrection.

The date of the second epistle is most likely A.D 63-67.
Saint Peter has probably written this letter while he was kept in prison in Rome. The people to whom he was addressed are most likely Gentiles.

The world disbelieves, deceives and mocks. Yet, Christians should maintain the Christian way of life, growing continually in holiness and virtues and never turning back to the old way of leaving.

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