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May 2010

Tuesday, May 25, 2010

The St. Stephen’s Course in Orthodox Theology

On Ancient Faith Presents, John Maddex talks with Dn. Peter Bolukos, registrar of the St. Stephen's Course in Orthodox Theology. For more information, call (201) 569–0095.

Monday, May 24, 2010

Apostolic Faith and Apostolic Doubt

Dr. Jeannie Constantinou takes a break from her series "Introduction to the Bible" and addresses the very important topic of "doubt."

Stichiraric Tone 3

Dr. Stephen Kouri is back with a lesson on the Byzantine Tone 3 - Stichiraric.

Sunday, May 23, 2010

The Limits of Reason

What is the object of our reason? What do we even mean by reason? Clark Carlton answers both questions on a brand new Faith and Philosophy.

Friday, May 21, 2010

God As A Consuming Fire

Fr. Tom Hopko gives a meditation on God as a consuming fire and the imagery of fire in the spiritual life. Particularly appropriate as we think about Pentecost.

Haiti Relief Effort

Bobby Maddex interviews Mark Ohanian, International Programs Coordinator for International Orthodox Christian Christies (IOCC), about IOCC's ongoing relief effort in Haiti.

Holy Pentecost

In our new Collections section, there is a rich variety of talks and podcasts on the The Holy Spirit and Pentecost. Here is an episode from our archives with Dr. Brad Nassif entitled "Pentecost: Power for Everyday Living."

Fr. Tom Hopko’s Talks on the Paschal Season - Holy Pentecost

In our new "Series" section, we have gathered Fr. Thomas Hopko’s talks on the Paschal season and into Pentecost. From Thomas Sunday through all Saints! They are all available HERE. Listen below for his talk on Pentecost.

Thursday, May 20, 2010

Jesus - The Firstfruit

In a previous episode, Fr. Tom Hopko talked about Jesus as the "Firstborn" but there is another similar image in Scripture that describes Jesus as the "Firstfruit."

Tuesday, May 18, 2010

Paul Karos

Bobby Maddex interviews Paul Karos, who will be leading a retreat titled "The Passions That Drive Us; the Virtues That Save Us" from June 11-13 at Antiochian Village in Ligonier, Pennsylvania.

Our Best Chance Yet

After explaining why the past five attempts to achieve administrative unity in America have failed, Matthew Namee tells us why the sixth attempt, which takes place this coming May 26th-28th, has a very good chance of succeeding.

Monday, May 17, 2010

Fallen Angels

In the Valley of the Shadow of Death: Fr. David Alexander explains that there are many similarities between American Marines and the Afghani people, particularly in the area of loss.

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