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A Letter of Antony the Solitary and Chief of Solitaries to the brethren dwelling in every place

First of all - peace to your love in the Lord! I think, brethren, that the souls which draw near to the love of God are of three sorts, be they male or female. There are those who are called by the law of love which is in their nature, and which original good implanted in them at their first creatio... Read More

Letter of Antony II

My dear and honourable brethren, I Antony greet you in the Lord. Truly, my beloved in the Lord, not at one time only did God visit His creatures; but from the foundation of the world, whenever any have come to the Creator of all by the law of His covenant implanted in them, God is present with each ... Read More

Letter of Antony III

The rational man who has prepared himself to be set free through the advent of Jesus, knows himself in his intellectual substance. For he who knows himself knows the dispensations of the Creator and all that He does among His creatures. Dearly beloved in the Lord, our members and joint-heirs with th... Read More

Letter of Antony IV

Antony wishes all his dear brethren joy in the Lord. Members of the Church, I will never grow weary of remembering you. I want you to know that the love that is between me and you is no bodily love, but a spiritual, religious love. For bodily friendship has no firmness or stability, being moved by s... Read More

Letter of Antony V

Antony writes to his dear children, holy Israelites in their intellectual substance. There is no need to name your bodily names which will pass away, for you are Israelite children. Truly, my children, the love that is between me and you is no bodily love, but a spiritual, religious love. For this c... Read More

Letter of Antony VI

Antony to all the dear brethren who are at Arsinoe and in its neighbourhood, and to those who are with you, greeting. All you who have prepared yourselves to go to God, I greet you in the Lord, beloved, from the least to the greatest, both men and women, holy Israelite children in your intellectual ... Read More

Letter of Antony VII

My children, “Ye know the grace of Our Lord Jesus Christ, that, though He was rich, yet for our sakes He became poor, that we through His poverty might become rich.” (2 Cor. 8:9) Behold, His bondage has made us free, and His weakness has strengthened us, and His foolishness has made us wise. Again, ... Read More

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