Honey, what shall we do with our kids on Halloween?

Honey, what shall we do with our kids on Halloween?

All things are lawful for me, but not all things are helpful; all things are lawful for me, but not all things edify. (1 Co 10:23) Spending all my childhood and early youth in native Romania, I have to admit that I am not (yet) emotionally involved with all the...

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Orthodox Theology and the Judgment of History (2)

Orthodox Theology and the Judgment of History (2)

Georgios P. Pavlos, Professor of Physics and Philosophy, DUTH   The initial gift of deification, offered by the Living God to His cosmos and His beings, is so powerful that, at the end, created cosmos gave birth to Panaghia, the Mother of God, through Whom the Living, Uncreated Hypostatic God...

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Read Between the Lines

Read Between the Lines

Join us as Fr. Marcantoni discusses the concept of implication, or reading between the lines, and how what is implied in Jesus telling the Disciples to receive the Holy Spirit and to then go forth forgiving sins is infinitely more profound than an injunction to “let things go.”  What is...

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LIVE Adult Education: Shared Experience of the Orthodox Christian Faith

LIVE Adult Education: Shared Experience of the Orthodox Christian Faith

Experiencing the Presence of Christ .  Sponsored by St. George Greek Orthodox Church in Bethesda, MD.  These are not classes on high theology that are intimidating or difficult to understand. We focus on the “down to earth” and practical ways we should understand and live our faith. In His parables to the...

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On earth and heaven

On earth and heaven

Saint Ambrose of Milan   With Christ’s blood, everything was pacified, on earth and in heaven. The heavens were sanctified, the devil expelled. Now he’s where the people are whom he deceived. ‘Your will be done’ means; ‘May peace come to earth as it exists in heaven’. Source: pemptousia.com  ...

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Commissioned to Be Apostles: Love, Worship, Community, Learning, Service

Commissioned to Be Apostles: Love, Worship, Community, Learning, Service

Listen Now. We will now be including the daily reading of Epistle and Gospel with The Prayer Team. Jesus said to them again, “Peace be with you. As the Father has sent Me, even so I send you.”  John 20:21 The Book of Acts and the Early Ecclesia—Part Three What’s In a Name?–The...

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Orthodox Theology and the Judgment of History (1)

Orthodox Theology and the Judgment of History (1)

Georgios P. Pavlos, Professor of Physics and Philosophy, DUTH   The following text which will be published in three parts, is Georgios P. Pavlos’s talk at the 8th International Conference of Orthodox Theology, Under the Auspices of the Ecumenical Patriarchate “The Holy and Great Council of the Orthodox Church: Orthodox...

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 The Parable of the Sower

 The Parable of the Sower

Listen Now. We will now be including the daily reading of Epistle and Gospel with The Prayer Team. Jesus said this parable, “A sower went out to sow his seed; and as he sowed, some fell along the path, and was trodden under foot, and the birds of the air devoured...

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The Truth of the Faith as a Struggle for Life

The Truth of the Faith as a Struggle for Life

Metropolitan Ieronymos of Larisa and Tyrnavos   People today, who are indifferent towards so many things, are also indifferent to matters of the faith. Naturally, some sociologists and anthropologists are not slow to interpret this phenomenon as ‘the end of faith’. And there are historians who analyze it as ‘a...

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Focus on What Is Good and Profitable, Not What is Stupid and Controversial

Focus on What Is Good and Profitable, Not What is Stupid and Controversial

  Listen Now. We will now be including the daily reading of Epistle and Gospel with The Prayer Team. The saying is sure. I desire you to insist on these things, so that those who have believed in God may be careful to apply themselves to good deeds; these are excellent...

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