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From the Blogs
Walking “as Children of Light” in a Darkened World: What We May Learn from the Rich Young Ruler in Preparation for Christmas in the Orthodox Church
Fr. Philip LeMasters
Sun, Nov 29, 2015
Ephesians 5:8-19 Luke 18: 18-27 Every once in a while, it is good for something or someone to shake us up, to challenge us to see ourselves as we really are. Just like our eyes…
Giving in Secret
Tue, Dec 01, 2015
This post originally appeared as a podcast episode in 2012. From Christ’s own parables to the teachings of the desert fathers, some of the very best lessons we learn in Orthodoxy are the simplest…
Why you never question Allah: Islam’s trouble with blasphemy
Joel J. Miller
Mon, Nov 23, 2015
You’d better watch what you say about God if you live in the Middle East or North Africa, where seven in ten governments criminalize blasphemy. In 2014, Palestinian poet Ashraf Fayadh was convicted of…