April 2012

Thursday, April 05, 2012

Judge Not

And Not to Judge My Brother

As Lent winds down and we approach Holy Week and Pascha, Fr. Lawrence Farley has some helpful thoughts on the pitfalls of judging one another.

Ancient Faith Presents

Five Facts About the Orthodox Church in the United States

Bobby Maddex interviews Alexei Krindatch, the Research Coordinator for the Assembly of Canonical Orthodox Bishops in North and Central America, about new survey data he just published under the title "Five Interesting Facts About Orthodox Church Geography and Demography in the United States."

Wednesday, April 04, 2012

Postcards from Greece

The Love of Truth as the Key to Salvation

On a new "Postcards from Greece," Fr. Peter Alban Heers reminds us of the essentials and the criterion of salvation; neither a moral life, nor a "religious life," nor love of "man" will save us. Rather, salvation comes to those who love the Truth and give their life for Him.

Monday, April 02, 2012

Ancient Faith Today

Coming Soon - Ancient Faith Today with Kevin Allen!

John Maddex interviews Kevin Allen about the new live call-in program coming to Ancient Faith Radio on April 22. Learn about the topics and plans for this show, as well as how you can be involved!

Sunday, April 01, 2012



In this episode of "Close to Home," Molly Sabourin talks about her spring break family trip to the Smokey Mountains, which provided a reminder that we are desperately dependent on the mercy and faithfulness of God, especially as we approach the finish line of Great Lent.

March 2012

Friday, March 30, 2012

St. Katherine College Forum

Plato on God as Person

The ideas about God and human persons that Plato writes down in his dialogue, Timaeus, express a unique account of divine and human personhood. Dr. Patricia Slatin, currently a postdoctoral fellow in classics at Stanford University, explains the central points of Plato's account, showing the many ways they coincide with Eastern Orthodox theology.

Thursday, March 29, 2012


The Creed as a Standard of Faith

What is The Creed? What do we mean when we say that The Creed is the standard of faith? In what way is The Creed relevant to us today? Dr. Philip Kariatlis answers these questions and more on a brand new episode of "Theology."

Wednesday, March 28, 2012

Frederica Here and Now

On Judas

Frederica Mathewes-Green continues her reading from St. Romanos the Melodist as we approach Holy Week. Today she shares the gripping and sobering narrative of the one who betrayed Jesus. The translation of this inspiring hymn was taken from Frederica's own book, Lost Gospel of Mary.

Monday, March 26, 2012

Ancient Faith Presents

Legacy Icons

Bobby Maddex interviews David DeJonge, the founder of Legacy Icons, a new company that offers extremely high-quality icon reproductions. David is also a videographer who is eager to spread the word about Orthodox Christianity via film and television.

Saturday, March 24, 2012

Fr. Tom Hopko

Fr. Tom Hopko Speaks at Wheaton College

Fr. Tom Hopko was the guest lecturer at Wheaton College's Center for Early Christian Studies on March 22, 2012. He spoke on the roots of Christian worship from an Orthodox perspective.

Thursday, March 22, 2012

The St. Katherine College Forum

The End of Suffering

Renowned poet Scott Cairns assays the meaning of suffering, beginning from the ubiquity of grief and the shallow nature of many explanations. Drawing from the insight of St. Isaac of Syria that love of God proceeds from our conversing with him, Cairns explains that the conditions for such a conversation point to a way of coming to grips with suffering.

Wednesday, March 21, 2012

In the World

Semester Two

Bobby Maddex interviews Dr. Eve Tibbs, the Dean of St. Katherine Orthodox College, about how this fledgling institution is faring as it approaches the end of its first academic year. Dr. Tibbs is also a theology professor, so she and Bobby likewise discuss the integration of faith with learning that characterizes a St. Katherine's education.

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