Friday, May 29, 2015
On a new "Paradise and Utopia," Fr. John Strickland, a professor of history at St. Katherine Orthodox College in San Diego, California, introduces the force that kept traditional Christianity on course at a moment of crisis in the east, Hesychasm, and how it maintained Christendom's focus on paradise.
Thursday, May 28, 2015
What role does bread play in the Bible’s grand narrative? This begins a series that follows the image of bread from the Bible’s beginning to its end. Marcia Harris Brim explores the meaning found in bread from its introduction in the midst of a curse through five bread stories found in Israel’s narrative to the first temptation of Christ involving bread.
Wednesday, May 27, 2015
“This is the fiercest struggle, the struggle that resists a man unto blood, wherein free will is tested as to the singleness of his love for the virtues. . . . It is here that we manifest our patience, my beloved brethren, our struggle and our zeal. For this is the time of unseen martyrdom . . .” What is this struggle that St. Isaac speaks of and how can it be overcome? Fr. Michael Gillis explains.
Sunday, May 24, 2015
Subdeacon Adam Lowell Roberts joins Fr. Barnabas to talk about taking the Gospel of Jesus Christ to the world. How do we evangelize as Orthodox Christians? You will also learn about an exciting new evangelism initiative in the Antiochian Archdiocese.
Friday, May 22, 2015
Host Marcia Harris Brim reveals the Bible as a unified narrative by following the literary forms of Genesis 1-5 through the last chapters of Revelation. Marcia is a wife, mother of three adult children, and an author for BrimWood Press, a publishing company of worldview, theology, and history materials for homeschool students.