In his final episode of "Approaching the Wardrobe: Understanding the Journey Toward Orthodoxy," host Jeff Wisniewski lets Saint Theophan guide us concerning the conversion process and the need people have for Orthodoxy.
On a new "Ex Libris," the podcast of Ancient Faith Publishing, host Bobby Maddex interviews Rita Madden, the author of the new AFP book Food, Faith, and Fasting: A Sacred Journey to Better Health.
In this final episode of his reflection on Muscovite Russia, Fr. John Strickland describes the Old Believer Schism as a crisis in the formerly optimistic cosmology of eastern Christendom, leading to its decline on the eve of modern times.
Wesley J. Smith discusses "transhumanism"—what is quickly becoming the world's newest religion, offering adherents the kind of hope once within the exclusive province of faith and without the humbling concept of an omnipotent God to whom one owes prayer and thanksgiving.
Fr. Lawrence Farley argues that the traditional Christian Church should not heed impassioned demands that it shut up and say nothing when its central teachings are trampled, denied, and distorted.
Sometimes we undercut relationships by jumping to offer advice over identifying with people's problems. Join Christian Gonzalez this week as he explores an alternative route to sharing in the suffering of others—on a new episode of the video podcast "The Trench."
Every age has its own errors, says Fr. Lawrence Farley, and in every age, therefore, the Church faces a different set of challenges, distortions, and lies. Today voices are raised calling for the landmarks regarding the nature of gender and sexuality to be moved.
This is the 300th episode of iSermon, recorded at the Greek Orthodox Metropolis of Toronto, Canada, and featuring guest Fr. Theologos Drakos of Prophet Elias Greek Orthodox Church in Mississauga, Canada. Fr. Theo is the national camp director of Canada and a long time friend and colleague of Fr. Ted. In this special-edition episode, we both reflect on the last 300 episodes and how they have shaped our experience of ministry, preaching, social media, and technology.