Fr. Evan Armatas begins with a conversation with Fr. Tom Tsagalakis, from Holy Apostles Greek Orthodox Church in Seattle. They discuss together a sensitive question written in by a father who is struggling to communicate with his daughter. She has expressed confusion about her sexual identity
Fr. Philip LeMasters argues that it has always been a component of Orthodox teaching that the uniquely life-giving union of man and woman is unspeakably holy and a sign of the relationship between Christ and the Church.
From the Blogs
Mythology and the Bible: Psalm 93 as a Case Study
Wed, Jul 29, 2015
A tip of the hat to my good friend Rachel, who asked me about this psalm, and in my usual manner I provided way more information than originally requested. So, I decided to turn in into a blog post. “The…
So, You Got To Have Faith!
Fr. Barnabas Powell
Mon, Aug 03, 2015
Faith is something we humans take for granted. We seem to just assume that we “have” faith or we “keep” the faith merely by wanting to do so, but is that true faith? Is faith something…
Fr. Stephen Freeman
Sat, Aug 01, 2015
“Person” is among the most difficult words in the classical Christian vocabulary. It is difficult on the one hand because the word has a common meaning in modern parlance that is not the same meaning…