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Fr. Andrew Damick joins Fr. Barnabas Powell to discuss the issue of authority in the Orthodox Church. How far does it extend? Who is the final authority? Listen to this recording of the live broadcast of Faith Encouraged Live from January 25.
Bobby Maddex interviews Fr. Christophe Lepoutre, the director of the Fellowship of the Inexhaustible Cup, an organization committed to honoring Our Most Holy Lady, the Theotokos, by acquiring and maintaining quality sobriety and purity as a way of life.
Noted author and faculty member at Pittsburgh Theological Seminary Dr. Edith M. Humphrey has launched a brand new podcast on AFR! A Lamp for Today will take us into the Old Testament to shine a lamp on the Epistle and Gospel readings in the Divine Liturgy.
On the feast of Ss. Athanasius and Cyril, Fr. Andrew Stephen Damick, pastor of St. Paul Antiochian Orthodox Church in Emmaus, Pennsylvania, and the Associate Director of the Society for Orthodox Christian History in the Americas, discusses the Athanasian doctrine of theosis and what it means for the individual Christian.
On a new "Go Forth," Adam Lowell Roberts, the full-time Project Director for an outreach project of the Antiochian Archdiocese, interviews Fr. Michael Nasser, most widely known for his successful leadership at Antiochian Village as Camp Director for a number of years. Fr. Michael explains why youth ministry, whether camping or OCF, is important.
Working together as Christians can be a challenge which is why Fr. John Oliver encourages us to examine a maxim that has stood the test of time. In Essentials, Unity. In Non-Essentials, Liberty. In all things, Charity.
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