"Teach me to act firmly and wisely, without embittering and embarrassing others," says the morning prayer of Metropolitan Philaret of Moscow. So, does that include our children? Molly Sabourin catches herself forgetting that fact.
The Scriptures instruct us to "redeem the time, for the days are evil," but how do we do so? In this introduction to his new series on the sanctification of time—found in his podcast Singing the Triumphal Hymn—Fr. John Finley explains that it is one thing to remember the dates and times of feasts, but quite another to understand them.
On a new American Orthodox History, host Matthew Namee begins the story of Fr. Ingram Nathaniel Irvine, the first American "celebrity" to convert to the Eastern Orthodox Church.
Is almsgiving just about money? In this new installment of The Opinionated Tailor, part of an ongoing series on "discipline," Kh. Krista West explores how almsgiving teaches us to let go.
John talks with pharmacist Don West about the impact of the Missions and Evangelism conference on his journey to Orthodoxy. The 2009 Orthodox Conference on Missions and Evangelism being held at Antiochian Village on Labor Day weekend September 4-7.
In the latest edition of Faith and Philosophy, Clark Carlton explores the term "theologian" and identifies who is and who ain't - but more importantly, why.
Why does God allow imperfect and fallen human beings to make life and death decisions? Have Christians permitted the atheists to define our doctrines? Who has a greater problem justifying being against the death penalty—the Christian or the atheist? What does iconography have to do with the death penalty? All this and more on a new Steve the Builder.