On a new Ancient Faith Presents, Fr. Peter-Michael Preble interviews Fr. Hans Jacobse, the founder of the American Orthodox Institute, the editor of Orthodoxy Today, and one of the first Orthodox signatories of The Manhattan Declaration
As Molly Sabourin continues her reflections on the Morning Prayer attributed to Metropolitan Philaret of Moscow, she turns her attention to the phrase "guide my thoughts and feelings."
Weekly homilies and theological reflections recorded from the amvon of St. Andrew Orthodox Church in Riverside, California. Fr. Josiah Trenham is the pastor of St. Andrew Orthodox Church and the founder and director of Patristic Nectar Publications, a non-profit corporation dedicated to the propagation of the inspired theology of the Church Fathers.
Don't miss this 3 part lecture series on becoming “sharers of the divine nature” (2 Peter: 4 ). Hieromonk Irenei Steenberg (also heard on A Word From the Holy Fathers) spoke at St. Barnabas Orthodox Church in Costa Mesa. Here is the first one but be sure to hear all 3 by clicking the announcement link.
Fr. Tom Hopko responds to some email questions he received after his recent episode on "How to Read the Bible." In particular, he talks about reading the Old Testament and explains the role of the Septuagint in the Church.
With Eustace Scrubb and Jill Pole at his side, King Tirian and a few remaining loyal subjects must fight the battle that will decide the fate of Narnia once and for all. Listen to Dr. Chrissi Hart read The Last Battle by C.S. Lewis—only on Ancient Faith Radio.
Dr Bradley Nassif, called a “pioneer of Orthodox-Evangelical Dialogue” talks with host Kevin Allen about “where things are” formally and informally between The Orthodox Church and Evangelical Christians. Kevin asks the question: “What is an Evangelical?”