Fr. Chad Hatfield discusses The Manhattan Declaration, "a call of Christian conscience" that he helped produce, and defends Orthodox participation in such cultural manifestos.
Ancient Faith Radio presents Fr. Martin Ritsi speaking at the 2010 Orthodox Christian Mission Center benefit, sponsored by OCMC Mission Team Chicago. Fr. Martin is the Executive Director of the Orthodox Christian Mission Center and a commissioner on the World Council of Churches’ Commission on World Missions and Evangelism.
On a new Search the Scriptures, Dr. Jeannie Constantinou continues her Introduction to the Bible, this time focusing on the Book of Numbers.
Join Fr. Tom Soroka as he brings us the daily (M-F) Scripture readings along with commentary from the Fathers during Great Lent. They are found each day in the "Daily Bread" section just below. Look for The Path.
Ancient Faith Radio presents Fr. James Early speaking at the Festival of Icons in Houston, Texas. Fr. James Early serves as the assistant pastor of St. Joseph Antiochian Orthodox Church in Houston, Texas, and the title of his talk is “From Baptist to Bosnia to Byzantium.”
He was one of the original evangelicals who came to Orthodoxy from Campus Crusade for Christ along with Fr. Peter Gillquist, Fr. Jon Braun, Fr. Gordon Walker and others. He compiled the well loved writings of The Apostolic Fathers, and he was the Project Director for the Orthodox Study Bible. Fr. Jack Sparks fell asleep in the Lord on Monday, Feb. 8, 2010. AFR talks with Fr. Peter Gillquist.
From February 5th through the 6th, 2010, St. Michael Orthodox Church in Louisville, Kentucky, hosted The Climacus Conference of Thoughtful Ascent. This gathering, dedicated to the contemplation of noble ideas, featured lectures on postmodernism, film, logic and rhetoric, motherhood, and the Great Books.
Fr. Tom Hopko talks about the study and communication of the Fathers of the Church according to Archimandrite Vasileios, retired Abbot of the Iviron Monastery on Mt. Athos.
Martha Condra shares some culinary and spiritual insights as she reflects back upon 2009.