Session One: History of the Christian Church

Session One: History of the Christian Church

Session One: History of the Christian Church Live from Washington DC at the 3rd Annual Archon International Conference on Religious Freedom#EndPersecutionOfChristians The Archons of the Ecumenical Patriarchate are hosting The 3rd Archon International Conference on Religious Freedom in Washington, D.C. this week, December 4-6, 2017.   The Archons of the Ecumenical...

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Musings from a Grateful Convert: Things That Don’t Matter Anymore Episode 1:  Biblical Textual Criticism

Musings from a Grateful Convert: Things That Don’t Matter Anymore Episode 1: Biblical Textual Criticism

In kind of an apophatic fit, and instead of ranting about hot-button concerns and other issues that are easy to emphasize as being “important” and even “Urgently of Greatest Importance”, I thought I’d mention a few things that in the past were important, but since I’ve become an Orthodox Christian,...

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Church History, Order and Beauty

Church History, Order and Beauty

  Do all Christians believe in the same God?  Fr. Chris Metropulos speaks with Fr. John W. Morris, Ph.D., pastor of St. George Antiochian Orthodox Church, Vicksburg, Mississippi concerning his book, The Historic Church: An Orthodox View of Christian History. Listen as they discuss Biblical interpretation and theological lies that veil...

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A Year of Filming on Three Continents to Produce This Documentary on Byzantium

A Year of Filming on Three Continents to Produce This Documentary on Byzantium

Even though the city of Rome fell in the fifth century, the Roman Empire continued in its Eastern lands for hundreds of years. Nowadays, historians call this Eastern Roman Empire by another name — Byzantium or the Byzantine Empire — as an easy means of distinguishing the pagan, Latin-speaking Empire...

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A Call for the Rejuvenation of the Ministry of the Ordained Deaconess

A Call for the Rejuvenation of the Ministry of the Ordained Deaconess

Editor’s note: St. Catherine’s Vision issued the followed press release on November 25, 2014. “A Call for the Rejuvenation of the Ministry of the Ordained Deaconess” has been published by St. Catherine’s Vision, an international, Pan-Orthodox fellowship of Orthodox women theologians and other lay servant-leaders. The document is addressed to...

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