Orthodoxy and Heterodoxy Orthodox Christianity vs. Non-Orthodox Doctrine
Start date: October 2009 20 episodes
Discover how Orthodox Christianity and non-Orthodox doctrine differ and why it matters to your spiritual journey.
|Date||Title & Description||Duration|
|Mar 14, 2013||
Following yesterday's pontifical election, Fr. Andrew Damick comments on this most recent event as well as the recent election of Patriarch John X of the Holy Synod of Antioch.
|May 10, 2012||
The recent vote in North Carolina outlawing same-sex marriage prompted this commentary from Fr. Andrew about Calvinism and the politics of the damned. You can also read his comments here.
|Feb 26, 2012||
Fr. Andrew Damick comments on a recent article in Christianity Today by Mark Galli entitled "Giving Up Self-Discipline For Lent." He contrasts the Western view of Lent with an Orthodox perspective. Listen to Fr. Andrew's commentary below or read it by clicking on the image.
|Feb 11, 2010||
Fr. Andrew reflects on the podcast series, the many emails he received, and plans for future podcasts!
|Jan 19, 2010||
In the final lesson, Fr. Andrew contrasts Orthodoxy with Jehovah's Witnesses and the Unification Church followed by his concluding remarks. The notes for this series are available at his parish web site at St. Paul Antiochian Orthodox Church in Emmaus, PA. Ancient Faith Radio would like to thank Fr. Andrew for this very informative and helpful series. Be looking for more from Fr. Andrew in the days ahead!
|Jan 12, 2010||
Fr. Andrew introduces us to the Swedenborgians, Mormons, Unitarian Universalists, Christadelphians, as well as Christian Science.
|Jan 05, 2010||
In this episode, Fr. Andrew explores Buddhism, Hinduism, Shinto, Sikhism, Wicca, Neo-paganism, Modern Gnosticism, and Scientology.
|Dec 31, 2009||
Today, Fr. Andrew begins his look at the non-Christian religions including Judaism, Islam, Druze, Zoroastrianism, and Baha'i.
|Dec 22, 2009||
In this final lesson on revivalism, Fr. Andrew explores the holiness movement, mega-churches, dispensationalism, fundamentalism, liberalism, and the so called emergent church movement.
|Dec 15, 2009||
Fr. Andrew continues his examination of the Revivalism movement.
|Dec 08, 2009||
In this episode, Fr. Andrew begins his analysis of the "Revivalism" era marked by personal conversion, individualism, and private biblical interpretation.
|Dec 01, 2009||
In this episode, Fr. Andrew talks about the subsequent denominations that formed after the radical reformation including Mennonites, Amish, Baptists, Brethren, and the Churches of Christ.
|Nov 24, 2009||
Fr. Andrew turns his attention to some of the more radical expressions of the Reformation that sprung up shortly thereafter including the concepts of "believer's baptism" over against infant baptism, anti-sacramentalism, and the "invisible Church."
|Nov 17, 2009||
A look at Lutherans, Calvinists, Reformed, Zwinglians, Anglicans, Episcopalians, Methodists, and Wesleyans compared to Orthodoxy.
|Nov 10, 2009||
Fr. Andrew examines the four remaining "Solas" of the Protestant Reformation and contrasts them with Orthodox Christianity.
|Nov 03, 2009||
In the next section of the series, Fr. Andrew begins exploring the "Classical" or "Magisterial" Reformation which adopted the five "Solas." Today he looks at Sola Scriptura (Scripture Alone).
|Oct 27, 2009||
In part 2 of his discussion of Orthodox and Roman Catholic differences, Fr. Andrew addresses purgatory, indulgences, and more.
|Oct 20, 2009||
What is the Orthodox view of papal supremacy, papal infallibility, and the filioque addition to the Creed? Find out about this and more as Fr. Andrew continues his series. This is part 1 of the Roman Catholic topic with part 2 coming next week.
|Oct 13, 2009||
Fr. Andrew continues with his first lesson in the series laying out the basic Christian truth about God.
|Oct 06, 2009||
In this premier episode, Fr. Andrew provides helpful definitions of such terms as “orthodoxy,” “heterodoxy,” “heresy,” “heretic,” “schismatic,” and—most importantly—”truth.”