On a new The Illumined Heart, Anthony Alai, ex-Evangelical apologist, minister, and convert from Islam, discusses his ministry to Muslims and the journey that led him from Evangelicalism to the door of the ancient Eastern Orthodox Church.
This is the third podcast in Steve Robinson's "on the road" series. In this episode, Steve makes a stop in Death Valley. What he finds in this desolate desert is a metaphor for the fallen human being in the image of God.
From April 30th through May 3rd, the thirteenth Western European Orthodox Congress took place in France. Six hundred and fifty Orthodox individuals attended the event, representing all jurisdictions and several European countries. The conference theme was “Creation: Placed Again into Our Hands,” and one of the plenary speakers was our own Peter Bouteneff, host of Sweeter Than Honey. Here is his speech, titled "Adam: Where Are You?"
Fr. Tom Soroka speaks on Cooperating with God, Recognizing the Truth, and Three Causes of Spiritual Blindness. Start here with Cooperating with God, Fr. Tom's sermon on the Sunday of the Healing of the Paralytic:
Fr. John Hainsworth has begun a fascinating series on the Resurrection. In part one of this new Paradosis broadcast, he explores the arguments for and against the Resurrection.
Bobby Maddex interviews Protopsaltis John Michael Boyer, the director of the Byzantine Chant Workshop – St. John Koukouzelis Institute for Liturgical Arts, which will be held June 14th through June 20th in Dunlap, California.