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Kiryanov, Boris Church. Personalities Bulgakov, Sergei

Hegumen Varsonofii (Khaibulin)

Cleric of the Vladimir diocese of the Russian Orthodox Church.

Born: February 20, 1937;  Moscow
Died: February 7, 2015 (aged 77);  Vladimir Oblast

Zeytun apparitions of the Mother of God

The olive branch of the Most Pure Dove of Zeytun and the luminous Heavenly "doves" of Asyut portend those grace-filled changes in the Church of Languages that will cause the Jewish people to turn to the True Messiah, according to the prophecy of St. Apostle Paul (Rom 11:25), and the advent of the times of anapsixis (peace, rest, shabbat times) from the presence of God the Father, according to the prophecy of St. Apostle Peter (Act 3:20).

Hegumen Varsonofii (Khaibulin)
Preface to the Russian edition
«Когда миллионы видели Деву Марию»

"Mariocentrism" of the ecclesiological self-consciousness of the people of God

The name Jerusalem ("the habitation of the Lord" - see: Psa 135:21) is one of the many biblical names for the sacred center of the promised good land. In the parable of the Sower (Luke 8:8-15), the Savior explained the new meaning of this ancient biblical image (see: Deut 3:25; 4:21; 8:7; 10). In the light of this interpretation, the Most Kind and Most Pure Heart of the Virgin Mother becomes the sacred center of the promised land. In the New Testament conditions, the biblical "Jerusalem-centrism" (see: Psa 135:21; Psa 137:6) should be read as "Mario-centrism" of the ecclesiological self-consciousness of the people of God.

Hegumen Varsonofii (Khaibulin)
Preface to the Russian edition
«Когда миллионы видели Деву Марию»

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