Bobby Maddex interviews Scott Cairns, one of the contributors to the new Reader's Edition of the book God with Us: Rediscovering the Meaning of Christmas, published by Paraclete Press.
Why myth matters to modern life is a lesson taught by the pagans. The pagans as our teacher and the Bible’s first few chapters as myth may not be an approach to the Bible one would expect to hear on AFR, but it is an approach taken as a given by the Church Fathers who understood the Bible’s grand narrative as the union of God and His people. Marcia Brim explains.
In order to understand our Muslim neighbors and make sense of the world today, says Fr. Lawrence Farley, we need to distinguish between Mohammed's practice, the history of Islamic expansion, the practice of Muslims throughout the Islamic empire, liberal Muslims today, and Islamists.
International Orthodox Christian Charities, or IOCC, is one of the largest relief networks inside Syria and one of only a few still reaching those in need. Joining us today is IOCC Programs Director, Mark Ohanian, who recently returned from the region and shares his firsthand account of this crisis.
Vladimir Morosan continues an in-depth look at the music featured on the recently released CD, “Praise the Lord, All Ye Nations” by the Patriarch Tikhon Choir, providing information and insights about the composers and the music featured on this important and groundbreaking CD. To purchase the CD, please visit www.musicarussica.com.
The once ludicrous notion that ecological protection and fighting climate change require according legally enforceable human-style rights to nature is becoming more mainstream within the environmental movement. Wesley J. Smith examines the consequences
On a new "Ancient Faith Presents," Bobby Maddex interviews Charlotte Riggle, the author of the award-winning children's book Catherine's Pascha: A Celebration of Easter in the Orthodox Church, published by Phoenix Flair Press.