Never has there been such an age of false teachers as this pitiful twentieth century, so rich in material gadgets and so poor in mind and soul. Every conceivable opinion, even the most absurd, even those hitherto rejected by the universal consent of all civilized peoples — now has its platform and its own ‘teacher.’ […]
The state is waging war against divine law. It’s laws are directed against the Law of God… There’s a war on today, a holy war. I must be on the front lines.
Is the book of Romans actually a preparation for experiencing the glory of God? I do not have the text for this presentation. I wish I did. It is about an hour long, but it is great in every 5 minute segment. I do not often post videos – almost never, but this one is […]
by St. John Chrysostom “To show that it is not true that the soul, when it departs from the body, comes under the dominion of evil spirits, hear what St Paul says: “He that is dead is freed from sin,” (Romans 6.7,) that is, he no longer sins. For if while the soul dwells in the body, […]
by Fr. Emmanuel Hatzidakis This article is a slightly edited version of a “Mini Study” from The Heavenly Banquet, Understanding the Divine Liturgy (Orthodox Witness, 2008). The Divine Liturgy did not appear ex nihilo (out of nothing). It came from somewhere. The question is, from where? Its origins are traced in the Jewish worship of […]
by St. John Chrysostom “Sound doctrine and saving truth are to be learned with accuracy, not from evil spirits, but from the Holy Scripture.” On Lazarus and the Rich Man, Homily 2
by Fr. John Whiteford Another grand slam from the Bible – from Fr. John’s “Stump the Priest” column Question: How would you answer a Protestant who considered our veneration of the Cross (bowing down before it and kissing it) to be idolatry? First we should consider whether or not bowing down before something or kissing […]