Why do we suffer after becoming Christian? How do we reconcile the suffering of innocent children with a loving God? These and other perplexing and challenging questions are the subject of this episode of The Illumined Heart with guest, poet and writer Scott Cairns.
The phrase "With God all things are possible" is found three times in Holy Scripture. How are we to interpret the meaning of that phrase, and how does it relate to the way we live our lives today? Fr. Thomas Hopko explains.
Now available only on Ancient Faith Radio—the complete Chronicles of Narnia by C. S. Lewis. Read by Dr. Chrissi Hart with permission from C. S. Lewis Pte. Ltd., this is the complete Narnia series, from The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe to The Last Battle. Begin your adventure here.
Frederica Mathewes-Green shares the findings of some recent articles on scientific objectivity, including one which indicates that scientific test results don't always replicate consistently.
Dr. Brad Nassif is our guest to talk about an opportunity to hear Met. Kallistos Ware at North Park University in Chicago Feb. 22-23. He will also speak at Wheaton College on Monday Feb. 21.
Fr. Gregory Hallam tells us that the aged Simeon and the prophetess Hannah were so incredibly blessed to behold the infant Christ just 40 days after his birth and receive him into the Temple in Jerusalem.
This year's presenter of the 28th annual Father Alexander Schmemann Memorial Lecture was His Eminence Hilarion, chairman of the Moscow Patriarchate Department for External Affairs.
On Monday, Feb 7 Metropolitan Hilarion Alfeyev is offering the post-modern world his fresh and original composition of St. Matthew Passion, a profound piece of sacred concert music that combines Gospel narrative with liturgical texts of the Orthodox Church. For more information, visit the St. Vladimir’s Seminary web site.