On the Sunday of Orthodoxy, Fr. Joseph Huneycutt and long-time friend Fr. Chad Hatfield, Chancellor of St Vladimir's Orthodox Theological Seminary, chat about things old, things new, the Church's missiology—and Nashotah House, too.
In a new Faith and Philosophy, Clark Carlton explains that we are responsible for most of the weeds, saplings, and predatory vines in our lives, and the Lenten Spring is the time to clear away the dead foliage.
On February 19, 2009, the Wheaton College Diversity Committee hosted a dialogue in Wheaton, Illinois, between Dr. Bradley Nassif, an Orthodox professor of biblical and theological studies at North Park University, and Dr. George Kalantzis, an Evangelical professor of theology at Wheaton College. Each speaker was asked to defend the merits of his particular theological perspective.
This is a perfect time to begin your journey on The Path with Fr. Tom Soroka. Follow along in your Orthodox Study Bible as he reads the Old Testament passages prescribed for Lent and provides the commentary of the Fathers. We also hope you enjoy his new format of individual readings and commentaries presented together in modular fashion.