Posts about Old Testament

Pemptousia Partnership

The importance of children in Orthodox Tradition

Protopresbyter Vasileios Kalliakmanis In the Old Testament, children are considered to be a blessing from God and are called ‘the crown of the aged’…

Oct 31, 2016
The Sounding Blog

Tobit Is a Wealth of Encouragement

We asked our Bloggers to write about Love…    Nestled in the midst of the so-called Apocrypha, the Septuagint Old Testament, is the book of Tobit….

Feb 06, 2016
Christian Rights and Religious Persecution

Orthodoxy in the Old Testament Prophets and Music  

In celebration of the Three Hierarchs, we went back into our archives to find a conversation between Fr. Chris Metropulos, currently the President of Hellenic…

Jan 30, 2016
Be Transfigured

The Story of the Savior

Be Transfigured – The Story of the Savior When most people read the Old Testament, they read with the belief they are reading about the saved people…

Dec 22, 2015
Orthodox Christian Reference Guide

What is Pentecost?

Most of us recognize Pentecost Sunday as the day on which the “Kneeling prayers” are said at the end of the Liturgy. These prayers draw to a close…

Jun 08, 2014
The Sounding Blog

How to Read the Bible Like Saint Andrew of Crete

Lent has begun. You finish the work day exhausted, stumbling into your darkened church. As you struggle to clear your mind of the worries of the work day,…

Mar 21, 2014
Come Receive the Light

Fulfilling the Prophecies

Frederica Mathewes-Green is back on the show to talk about the many Old Testament prophecies fulfilled by Christ’s birth, as well as the need to…

Dec 05, 2013