Fr. Joseph Huneycutt's displeasure with Stephen Hawking's recent statement about God not being necessary for Creation is akin to his dislike of sweet red BBQ sauce. Though this episode of Orthodixie "tilts," only the obnoxious virtual gobbler succumbs to gravity (if there is such a force, that is).
Kh. Krista West continues reading from her book on Orthodox vestments, discussing the ancient garments of Greece and Rome and their transformation into Orthodox Christian liturgical dress.
Bobby Maddex interviews Gerald Largent, the executive director of St. Panteleimon Orthodox Christian Outreach, a relatively new pan-Orthodox ministry geared toward those living in nursing and/or group homes.
Fr. Isaiah Gillette, an Orthodox chaplain and a Major in the U.S. Army, currently assigned to Fort Benning, Georgia, discusses the topic of military saints, their sacrifices, and how we can draw strength from their examples.
Dn. Michael Hyatt begins a new series on living "in, but not of" the world. He is using four texts from the St. Vladimir's Popular Patristics series. This week he covers C. S. Lewis's introduction to the St. Athanasius work, On the Incarnation.
Fr. Gregory Hallam, priest at St. Aidan's Orthodox Church in Manchester, United Kingdom gives a homily on the feast day of the Cross. Be watching for Fr. Gregory's regular podcast on Ancient Faith Radio beginning in October called "A Voice from the Isles!"