How do the Scriptures relate to the scientific world in which we live especially following the 19th century? Don't miss this next episode with Fr. Thomas Hopko!
Shasta, the adopted son of a Calormene fisherman, discovers a talking horse named Bree, and together they try to save Narnia from the invading Rabadash. Find out what happens when Dr. Chrissi Hart reads The Horse and His Boy by C.S. Lewis—beginning April 9th on Readings from Under the Grapevine.
From Pascha to Pentecost, Orthodox Christians greet each other with the words "Christ is Risen! Indeed, He is Risen!" What do those words mean? From the AFR archives, Dr. Brad Nassif identifies three timeless truths about the Resurrection of Christ
In addition to treating us to a recording of the Holy Cross choir singing a beautiful rendition of this favorite hymn of Pascha, Frederica digs into the words of the hymn and its significance
On a new In the Valley of the Shadow of Death, Fr. David Alexander describes what it's like to build and prepare an Orthodox altar for his Marines in Afghanistan, most of whom are not Orthodox Christians.