More shameless commerce

I have these listed in my Amazon store, but I thought perhaps this might be a more direct approach. Send me an e-mail if interested: rrbarret AT indiana DOT edu. In no particular order:

Apostolos Makrakis, The Logos and Holy Spirit in the Unity of Christian Thought, Volumes I-V. All unmarked but with labels saying “Fr. A” on the fly-leaf.

—. Catechesis of the Orthodox Church. Two copies. No underlining or maginalia in either copy; one copy has “Hanania” written in pencil on the fly-leaf. Both copies show some discoloration on the cover.

Frank Schaeffer, Sham Pearls for Real Swine. Unmarked, mylar sleeve for book cover.

William C. Fletcher, The Russian Orthodox Church Underground, 1917-1970. Unmarked, mylar sleeve for book cover.

G. P. Fedotov, The Russian Religious Mind: Kievan Christianity, the 10th to the 13th Centuries. Some underlining. Some wear on spine, binding solid.

Joseph J. Allen, ed. Orthodox Synthesis: The Unity of Theological Thought. Some underlining.

Elder Cleopa of Romania. The Truth of Our Faith. No markings; clean copy.

Serge S. Verhovsky. The Light of the World. Address label and embossed seal for previous owner on fly-leaf; some underlining and marginalia.

Klitos Ioannidis. Elder Porphyrios: Testimonies and Experiences. No markings; clean copy.

Andrew Burnham. A Manual of Anglo-Catholic Devotion. Owner’s name and purchase date written on fly-leaf; otherwise clean copy.

I have no particularly fixed prices in mind on any of these; this is mostly a last ditch effort to see if there’s a good home to be found for any of them after they’ve languished on Amazon for too long. Feel free to make offers for single items or for batches.

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