Russian Hackers Target Orthodox Leaders

Russian Hackers Target Orthodox Leaders

Watch Now.  According to the Associated Press, Russian hackers have targeted Easter Orthodox Christian leaders.  It has been reported that a hit list from Secureworks of 4,700 email addresses was found.  “The Associated Press has found that Russian hackers have spent years trying to steal the private correspondence of the world’s...

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Christmas in a Post-Christian Era

Christmas in a Post-Christian Era

Hieromonk Eleftherios Balakos   And while the messiahs are multiplying in this day and age, in the guise of persons, ideologies, policies or religions*, we see a world wallowing in the mud which it has created itself. And you ask yourself: ‘What can I believe?’ ‘Where can I place my...

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Shockingly in Paradise

Shockingly in Paradise

Chrysostomos Stamoulis   It’s true that within the realm of Christianity, there’s often more talk of sin than there is of virtue. This is, in essence, a path of deprivation, the aim of which is not so much the quest for the good but much more the avoidance of the...

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The Most Interesting Man in the World – A Conversation with Rod Dreher, Author of The Benedict Option Podcast

The Most Interesting Man in the World – A Conversation with Rod Dreher, Author of The Benedict Option Podcast

 Listen Now to The Most Interesting Man in the World – A Conversation w/Rod Dreher, author of The Benedict Option, in this podcast series of Hank Unplugged.  The Bible Answer Man’s podcast brought to your through Christian Research Institute and now showcased on Orthodox Christian Network. ABOUT HANK HANEGRAAFF Hank is the...

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Recognizing Annihilation of Middle East’s Christianity as Genocide

Recognizing Annihilation of Middle East’s Christianity as Genocide

During the recent Biannual Clergy Laity Assembly in Madison, Wisconsin, from November 14th – 18th, The Greek Orthodox Metropolis of Chicago agreed on a resolution asking the United Nations to recognize an official genocide of the Christian population in the Middle East. The Metropolis of Chicago, representing 59 churches and...

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WSJ – In Defense of Christendom with Comments from Dr. Harry Dimopoulos

WSJ – In Defense of Christendom with Comments from Dr. Harry Dimopoulos

Bret Stephens of the Wall Street Journal wrote an insightful editorial that is well worth reading. Dr. Harry Dim0poulos points to perhaps the main message of the article which deals with the “reasons for the decline of Europe”. While the focus is on the state of European affairs, nevertheless those...

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Seven Percent

Seven Percent

He looked up and saw the rich putting their gifts into the treasury; and he saw a poor widow put in two copper coins. And he said, “Truly I tell you, this poor widow has put in more than all of them; for they all contributed out of their abundance,...

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The Struggle of Converting from Islam to Christianity

The Struggle of Converting from Islam to Christianity

OCN is honored to receive thousands of letters from people around the world who want to share their thoughts with us. We do our best to respond to as many as possible, and we are thankful to each person who writes. On rare occasions, we receive letters that we feel...

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Saint Stephen:  The Death of a Revolutionary

Saint Stephen: The Death of a Revolutionary

Saint Stephen is usually hailed as the first Christian martyr, but he is more than that. His death was also a boundary, and the blood which flowed from his body as the stones hit him became a river, one which separated the faith of the Christians from the religion of...

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Egypt Unwrapped: Copts Still Waiting for Better Days

Egypt Unwrapped: Copts Still Waiting for Better Days

Egypt Unwrapped is a blog featured on The Majalla, a leading Arab magazine. Copts still Waiting for Better Days Where do Egypt’s Christians fit into Sisi’s religious vision? EGYPT UNWRAPPED blog: Exploring the political and social developments in Egypt as the dust continues to settle on the 25 January uprising...

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