Ancient Faith Publishing

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'''Conciliar Press''' is an Orthodox Christian publishing company based in Ben Lomond, California. The press continues to release introductory works on a range of subjects for both children and adults. Authors include [[Frederica Mathewes-Green]], Fr. [[Patrick Henry Reardon]], Fr. [[Thomas Hopko]], and many others. Conciliar Press  is also the official distributor for the ''[[Orthodox Study Bible]]'' and publishes two quarterly magazines ''AGAIN'' and ''The Handmaiden''.  
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'''Ancient Faith Publishing''' (AFP, formerly Conciliar Press) is an Orthodox Christian publishing company based in Chesterton, Indiana, and a subsidiary of [[Ancient Faith Ministries]], a department of the [[Antiochian Orthodox Christian Archdiocese of North America]]. AFP publishes introductory works on a range of subjects for both children and adults. Authors include [[Frederica Mathewes-Green]], Fr. [[Patrick Henry Reardon]], Fr. [[Thomas Hopko]], and many others. AFP is also the official distributor for the ''[[Orthodox Study Bible]]'' and formerly published two quarterly magazines, ''AGAIN'' and ''The Handmaiden''.  
  
== External links ==
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== External link ==
*[http://www.conciliarpress.com Conciliar Press Ministries]
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*[http://store.ancientfaith.com/ Ancient Faith Publishing]
  
 
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Latest revision as of 05:57, August 6, 2013

Ancient Faith Publishing (AFP, formerly Conciliar Press) is an Orthodox Christian publishing company based in Chesterton, Indiana, and a subsidiary of Ancient Faith Ministries, a department of the Antiochian Orthodox Christian Archdiocese of North America. AFP publishes introductory works on a range of subjects for both children and adults. Authors include Frederica Mathewes-Green, Fr. Patrick Henry Reardon, Fr. Thomas Hopko, and many others. AFP is also the official distributor for the Orthodox Study Bible and formerly published two quarterly magazines, AGAIN and The Handmaiden.

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