And get on MSN.
Oh calm yourself.
Also, kinda freaking out here about the whole Tony83 chaos. You don't suppose he could've seen the one and only picture I ever posted, the one from Barry's Bar? It was just me looking at that sandwich I had made anyway, you couldn't see anything from my lips upward.
Transliteration of The Beatitudes from Church Slavonic:
Spoiler Alert, click show to read: Vo Tzarstvii Tvoem pomiani nas Gospodi, iegda
priidesai vo tzarstvii Tvoem.
Blajeni niistii duhom, iako teh esti tzarstvo nebesnoe.
Blajeni placiustii, iako tii uteshatsia.
Blajeni krottsii, iako tii naslediat zemliu.
Blajeni alciushii i jajdushii pravdī, iako tii nasītitsia.
Blajeni milostivii, iako tii pomilovani budut.
Blajeni cistii serdtsem, iako tii Boga uzreat.
Blajeni mirotvortsī, iako tii sīnove Bojii narekutsia.
Blajeni izgnanī pravdī radi iako teh esti Tsarstvo nebesnoe.
Blajeni este, egda ponosiat vam, i ijdenut i rekut vsiak zol glagol,
na vī ljushe Mene radi. Raduitesia I veselitesia, iako mzda vasha mnoga na Nebesi.
Thank God for Orthodox Youtube commentators!
Okay, good. I still will very likely need to correct her though or at least make sure she knows the difference. She was close though. She know I'm converting as well (it came up in conversation a couple weeks back) and has actually asked me to confirm a couple things, especially about iconography.
Both, actually, though their Caesaropapism was limited to the Emperor directing the church councils and appointing bishops. Beyond that, there wasn't much and he certainly wasn't the head of the church.
Byzantines - Did their government engage in Symphonia or Caesaropapism? I need to know if I have to correct my World History teacher.