On a new "A Christian Ending," Dn. Mark Barna explains that everything the world teaches is the exact opposite of what the Church teaches, particularly when it come to death. Only Orthodox Christianity resolves the problem of death.
Dr. Daniel Fanous is Kevin's guest, and he addresses the "difficult" sayings and parables of our Lord based on his extensive study of the Torah, Mishnah, and the religious and cultural environment of first-century Palestinian Judaism and early Christianity.
The Very Rev. Fr. Tryphon, Abbot of All-Merciful Saviour Monastery on Vashon Island in the Puget Sound near Seattle, Washington, provides meaningful support and authoritative guidance for a profitable spiritual life in today’s world. Listen Monday through Friday—only on Ancient Faith Radio.
On a new "Ancient Faith Commentaries," Fr. Lawrence Farley argues that the real story behind the Pope and his Twitter followers is the death of maximalism in the Roman Catholic church and the modern rush to lower the bar for pretty much everything.
On this program, Fr. Evan tackles questions about language used in the Liturgy, the role of the Holy Spirit in Orthodoxy, how to know you are called to the priesthood, and much more.
On a new "Raising Saints," Elissa Bjeletich, the Sunday School Director at Holy Transfiguration Greek Orthodox Church in Austin, Texas, discusses the ways in which it is helpful for our children to have an understanding of how even the imperfections of the people we meet are an important part of how God saves us.
Death is the only remaining taboo subject in American culture. Why is this the case? What is the Orthodox Christian perspective on death and dying? On a new "A Christian Ending," Dn. Mark Barna, co-author of A Christian Ending: A Handbook for Burial in the Ancient Christian Tradition, explains how we should properly view death.
Fr. Lawrence Farley comments on a strange wedding ceremony in the Church of England and the role of elderly women throughout history in guarding the faith.
One Bishop per city or region is what the canons call for. Yet, here in North America we have multiple Bishops in one location. The Assembly of Canonical Orthodox Bishops are working to correct that and today we speak with Proto-Deacon Peter Danilchick who is the liaison for the Canonical Regional Planning Committee.
Father John Strickland, Assistant Professor of History, St. Katherine College draws important parallels between the early Christian Church, confronting a pagan culture in the Roman Empire, and Christianity and life in a neo-pagan, postmodern North America and Western Europe in the 21st century.
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