This deserves a wide readership – please share liberally on social media and email. by Fr. John Whiteford We have previously discussed Aristotle Papanikolaou’s strange notion that, unlike the dogmas of the Church, Orthodox Christian morality is open to dispute and change (see The Living Church 2.0). In the wake of a recent conference in Oxford […]
by Lisa Bourne A Catholic parish in the Archdiocese of Newark is hosting its second annual Mass associated with gay pride events later this month. Our Lady of Grace in Hoboken, New Jersey, along with its merged parish St. Joseph, is advertising its “2nd Annual Pride Mass in Support of Our LGBTQ Brothers and Sisters.” The Mass […]
Note: In 2015, the homosexual movement achieved a major milestone in the United States of America. The Supreme Court ruled that homosexual “marriages” must be performed in all 50 states. The Thought Police are at the door of your church. Some Christians shrugged and said, “This won’t affect me.” Other Christians researched the history of the LGBT movement in […]
The pope of Rome has far more radical ideas than most people realize. Like Bernie Sanders, the pope is a socialist. He has had many unkind words about capitalism (“the dung of the devil”), but no corresponding criticism of socialism. by William Kirkpatrick Watching Bernie Sanders’s speech announcing his candidacy for president, it struck me […]
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Editors Note. This essay, written by Dr. David C. Ford, Professor of Church History at St. Tikhon’s Seminary, responds to a homosexual activist who argues that the Orthodox moral tradition should be retooled to sanction homosexual behavior. The arguments, while unfamiliar to some Orthodox readers, are not new. They were first used against the Episcopal […]
by Will Jones Who wrote the Qur’an? You may think the answer to this is obvious: Muhammad wrote the Qur’an. And the crucial difference between Muslims and non-Muslims is whether they believe he was inspired by God to do it. But if you did give that answer, you’d be completely wrong. For one thing, not even […]
by Fr. John Whiteford One could make a career of responding to all of the nonsense that “Public Orthodoxy” spews on a regular basis. Recently, Ashley Purpura has made the unlikely argument that the services of the Church somehow promote gender fluidity, in her [dare I presume her binary gender?] article: “Beyond the Binary: Hymnographic […]