Is There Really a Patristic Critique of Icons?

Is There Really a Patristic Critique of Icons?

July 2013 5 episodes

Gabe Martini, the editor-in-chief of On Behalf of All, a blog on Orthodox Christianity in the English-speaking world, a subdeacon at Saint Sophia Greek Orthodox Church in Bellingham, Washington, and the Product Manager for Orthodox, Lutheran, and Reformed resources for Logos Bible Software, responds to an article that appeared on The Calvinist International about the supposed patristic critique of icons.


Episodes

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Jul 10, 2013

Part Five

Sbdn. Gabe summarizes his series and offers some concluding remarks.

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33:02
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Jul 10, 2013

Part Four

Sbdn. Gabe discusses the more established view of the Church when it comes to iconography.

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29:00
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Jul 10, 2013

Part Three

Sbdn. Gabe addresses the local Synod of Elvira.

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23:20
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Jul 10, 2013

Part Two

Sbdn. Gabe addresses the burden of proof when using patristic quotations.

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18:22
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Jul 10, 2013

Part One

Sbdn. Gabe introduces his series on the history and tradition of icons and their veneration in the Orthodox Church.

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22:57
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