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Thursday, April 23, 2015

Praying in the Rain

St. Isaac, Gehenna, and Hope

Probably the most controversial teaching of St. Isaac the Syrian is his teaching on Gehenna, or hell. Homily 27 begins with the following statement and explanation of St. Isaac’s thoughts on sin, Gehenna, and death: "Sin, Gehenna, and death do not exist at all with God, for they are effects [or acts], not substances." Learn more on this latest episode of "Praying in the Rain."


Wednesday, April 22, 2015

How to Turn Unbelief into Belief (John 20:19-31)

On the Sunday after Pascha, we commemorate the Lord's appearance to His disciples and St Thomas's proclamation, "My Lord and My God!" In this practical and helpful message, Fr. Tom Soroka teaches us three important points from this story to help us turn unbelief into belief.


Monday, April 20, 2015

Ancient Faith Commentaries

Death of Dialogue

Given the importance of true dialogue to our civilization's health, argues Fr. Lawrence Farley, it is only more distressing to find that the willingness to dialogue is dying—especially when it comes to the topic of homosexuality.


Sunday, April 19, 2015

Orthodoxy Live

Orthodoxy Live for April 19, 2015

What is Personhood? Should we read the Philokalia? What about using force to protect our families? These questions and more were on the minds of Fr. Evan's listeners tonight.



In Defense of St. Thomas

Frederica Mathewes-Green defends the character of St. Thomas, whom we commemorate on the Sunday after Pascha.


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