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A Voice From The Isles

A Voice From The Isles
Everyday Miracles

Episode date: May 17, 2014
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Christ performed many miracles; He healed many people, from various diseases and from demonic attack. He even raised the dead. It is recorded in today’s Gospel (John 5:1f) that He healed a man in Jerusalem of infirmity. The man had been hoping to be the first person into the water and to be healed, but he was unable to get into the pool as he had no friends to help him. It is interesting that just after that passage we are told that “because Jesus was doing these things on the Sabbath, the Jewish leaders began to persecute Him”. There was clearly no doubt in their minds of the efficacy of the healings of Christ. However if the efficacy…

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Voices from St Vladimir's Seminary

Voices from St Vladimir's Seminary
Mayan Orthodoxy in Guatemala

Episode date: May 20, 2014
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Dn. Alessandro Margheritino: Good evening. Christ is risen! [Indeed he is risen!] Welcome, welcome, all who are here tonight, and a special welcome goes to the listeners of Ancient Faith Radio. I’m Dn. Alessandro Margheritino; I’m the student council president of St. Vladimir’s Seminary. Tonight’s lecture on Mayan Orthodoxy, which is sponsored by the student council, will inform us on the incredible missionary work that has been going on in Guatemala in the last few years. This lecture is recorded and will be available on Ancient Faith Radio. It is truly a pleasure for me to introduce our speaker, Jesse…

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A Voice From The Isles

A Voice From The Isles
The Antiochian Project

Episode date: May 21, 2014
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The epistle for today from the 11th chapter of the Acts of the Apostles tells a story. It’s the story of how the early Christians grew up—just as we as human beings grow up, just as all of us grow up from being children to becoming adults. Remember that the early Christians were a group of Jews who believed that Jesus of Nazareth in the Roman-governed province of Palestine was indeed Christ, the Messiah—the One who saves each of us. And if someone who was not Jewish recognized that Jesus was the Messiah, they either became Jewish or became closely linked to the Jewish people and the Jewish disciples who gathered around Christ. The term…

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Ancient Faith Today

Ancient Faith Today
Orthodoxy and the Environment

Episode date: May 25, 2014
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Mr. Kevin Allen: Christ is risen! Good evening, and welcome to Ancient Faith Today, where we discuss the issues of the day from the perspective of the Eastern Orthodox Church and her holy Tradition. We’re streaming live, and we’ll be opening the lines and taking your live calls. I hope you’ll join the conversation tonight. The call-in number is 1-855-AF-RADIO, 1-855-237-2346.

As most of you know, this program is also being recorded and will be available as a podcast for later listening. It will be on the Ancient Faith Radio homepage about one hour or so after we complete our live conversation…

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A Voice From The Isles

A Voice From The Isles
Light of the World

Episode date: May 26, 2014
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In the gospel today of Christ’s gift of sight to the man born blind, our Lord says of Himself: “I am the Light of the World.” (John 9:5)  Now this was not strictly speaking a healing miracle but a miracle of creation.  After all, the man was born blind.  Christ as the creative Logos gave him that which had never previously been known, even in a glimmer, light.  So, now the formerly blind man had an entirely new sense, one that he had never had before.  We may imagine his reaction would have been like that lady in the news recently who was born deaf but who heard for the very first time through an audio implant…

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