Why is the Ascension of our Lord so important? Is it an event that concerns Jesus only, as Lord over all, OR is it an event that also concerns us? YES! Come explore the mystery as we look to the Old Testament for light on this!
On May 24th of last year, Fr. Thomas Hopko of blessed memory gave a 2 part lecture at Holy Trinity Orthodox Church in Parma, OH on the Ascension of Christ. Our thanks to Holy Trinity and Protodeacon Anthony for the recordings.
Dr. Brad Nassif, Professor of Biblical and Theological Studies at North Park University in Chicago, reminds us that no matter how monotonous, unseen, or ordinary, our jobs can powerfully transform us into Christlikeness. This is an audio version of an article that first appeared at christianitytoday.com.
On this month's edition of "Patristic Nectar Films," Fr. Josiah Trenham interviews Monk Maximos (Constas), Athonite, patrologist, and former Harvard Professor, about St. Maximos the Confessor and the Philokalia. St. Maximos the Confessor lived and taught in the 7th century, and his contribution to the promotion of Holy Orthodoxy is virtually unmatched.
We sometimes describe people as cradles or converts; but instead of describing people, that can divide us. And they're a bit misleading: we aren't born into the Church, and there isn't a specific moment in the past when we enter the Church. We're actually pilgrims, making our way to Christ, growing closer to Him everyday. Watch the new episode of "Be the Bee."
As the Paschal season winds down, Fr. Evan takes calls and email questions on a variety of topics including "How do we deal with the struggles of life and embrace them instead of dismissing them?"
On a new "Ancient Faith Presents," Bobby Maddex interviews Dr. Stephen Turley, the author of the book Awakening Wonder: A Classical Guide to Truth, Goodness, and Beauty, published by Classical Education Press.
- The Bible’s Grand NarrativeIntroduction
- A Lamp for TodayThe Ascension: Christ’s Victory, Our Hope
- A Voice From The IslesConfessing the Faith
- Ancient Faith CommentariesBoring Work: Good for the Soul
- Patristic Nectar FilmsMonk Maximos (Constas) on Saint Maximos the Confessor and the Philokalia
- Frederica Here and NowThe Snow Queen (Continued)
- Redeeming the TimePurpose of life and marriage. Marriage is a school. Advice about marriage.