This is a lecture from St. Vladimir's Seminary's annual Orthodox Education Day event, held this year on October 1, 2016. The speaker is Dr. Mary B. Cunningham, lecturer in Historical Theology in the Department of Theology and Religious Studies at the University of Nottingham, England.
Do Orthodox Christians believe in the Bible? On the first episode of the new season of The OCF Podcast, media student leader Dan Bein asks Fr. Brendan Pelphrey this question and more.
This is the first of three lectures from St. Vladimir's Seminary's annual Orthodox Education Day event, held this year on October 1, 2016. The speaker is Nicole Paxton Sullo, Ph.D. candidate, History of Art Department, Yale University.
November 3-5 are the dates for the 2016 OCAMPR (Orthodox Christian Association of Medicine, Psychology, and Religion) Conference at Holy Cross/Helenic College in Brookline, MA. We speak with 2 of the 3 plenary speakers - Dr. Al Rossi (Psychologist) and Dr. Donald Jenkins (Physician).
Our lives are chapters in a greater story. What part are you playing: the all-star athlete, the Greek American, the top of your class? What about the disciple of Christ? This week on "Be the Bee," Steven Christoforou asks us to refocus our lives in God's story, the greater story of salvation.
Justin (Nicolai) Bingham joins us from Japan to describe the Orthodox experience there from the perspective of an American convert. Included in the interview are a couple of recordings from the services in Japan.
Today's episode is taken from Molly's piece as a guest blogger on The Orthodox Mama. With her eyes on the saints and years of raising her four children, Molly offers three big lessons she's learned about motherhood.
Bobby Maddex interviews Fr. Andrew Applegate, the rector of St. Aidan of Lindisfarne Orthodox Mission parish in Cranbrook, British Columbia, about an upcoming conference titled "Healing Earth: Orthodox Christian Perspectives on Ecology and Climate Change."
Fr. Christophe Lepoutre, the Executive Director of the nonprofit ministry The Fellowship of the Inexhaustible Cup, teaches about the way that the Holy Mystery of Repentance (Confession) is necessary in our healing from codependency.