In this final installment in his Darwin and Christianity series, Fr. Tom Hopko compares the task and method of natural science with the task and method of Christian theology.
Steve the Builder reviews "Inception." But after seeing the movie, he's not sure if Ancient Faith Radio is real. Nor is he sure if the idea for the podcast was planted in his head by Leonardo DiCaprio or by a night out at the park with friends in 1969. But maybe the movie is more real than the people who made it intended it to be.
On August 15th, the Church celebrates the Dormition of the Mother of God. Fr. Thomas Hopko explores the theology associated with this Feast and the implications for our own resurrection.
In this pitiful episode of The Orthodox Moviegoer, Bobby Maddex makes excuses for not updating his podcast and then tries to compensate for his failings as a podcaster by introducing ten films that every Orthodox Christian needs to see.
"In every hour of the day, reveal Your will to me." Molly Sabourin, host of Close to Home, reflects on the Morning Prayer, contemplating the challenge of living each day, each moment, in communion with God—not thinking about yesterday or tomorrow.
Frederica Mathewes-Green shares her experience keeping bees and tells of her first honey harvest—on a new Frederica Here and Now.
On a new Pilgrims from Paradise, Matthew Gallatin returns to the Calvinist doctrine of predestination and examines its merits in light of St. Paul's letters to the Ephesians and to Timothy.
Fr. Theodore Paraskevopoulos offers a beautiful homily for the Feast of Transfiguration. He urges us to live life within the Church, so that when we come into contact with the light of Truth, we do not squint and turn away.
Fr. David Alexander presents his final episode of In the Valley of the Shadow of Death. As he prepares to return home from Afghanistan, he reflects on what he has learned and those things for which he is thankful.