In the final episode of "Pop Culture Coffee Hour" before the summer break, Steven Christoforou and Christian Gonzalez discuss DC’s hit summer blockbuster Wonder Woman. They discuss the nature of human beings, the power of compassion, and (as always) how secularism has taken hold of our notions of the transcendent. They close with their Top 5 Heroines.
On a new "Family Matters," the podcast of the GOA Center for Family Care, Fr. Alex Goussetis talks with psychologist Dr. George Stavros about the theological, psychological, and practical dimensions of parenting styles and how we guide our children.
Bobby Maddex interviews Anne Van Fossen, a founder and instructor with the Classical Learning Resource Center, and Adam Lockridge, the Academic Director of St. Raphael School. The two schools will be joining forces coming this fall! In case you missed it, the discount code for the CLRC is AFRDiscount10.
On a new "Time Eternal," Dr. Nicole Roccas looks back on the biggest thing she took away from the 2017 Ancient Faith Conference, and discusses some changes that will hit the Time Eternal podcast in the fall.
AFR talks with Christine Mangala Frost, a guest lecturer and research associate at the Institute for Orthodox Christian Studies in Cambridge, about her new book The Human Icon: A Comparative Study of Hindu and Orthodox Christian Beliefs.
We interview Rita Madden, the author of Food, Faith, and Fasting: A Sacred Journey to Better Health, and the host of the AFR podcast of the same name. The two of them talk about a series of workshops that Rita has been hosting all over the country on Orthodoxy and nutrition.
Bobby Maddex interviews Kyranna Mamalakis, Alexandra Mamalakis, and Regina Vasilopoulos of the Unfading Rose Byzantine Youth Choir. He also speaks with Sotiris and Georgia Vasilopoulos, who are the directors of the choir. The six discuss the new Unfading Rose CD Hymns to the Mother of God.
Dan Bein, the most recent Media Student Leader of Orthodox Christian Fellowship and a Coptic Christian, comments on the recent bus shooting of the Coptic Christians in Egypt who refused to renounce their faith at gunpoint.