What is that? Is it some well-known Orthodox symbol? I think I can discern a bearded face but that's it.

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These books are published by Paulist Press, a Catholic publisher. This is not a Orthodox symbol, but there will be a description of the cover art on the page opposite the Table of Contents page.

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Using sbc's answer and amazon book preview, I have learned that this art doesn't mean anything in particular.

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