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Answering Pointed Questions About Orthodox Faith, Tradition, and Practice - Orthodoxy Live with Fr. Evan Armatas offers listeners an opportunity to ask pointed questions about the Orthodox Church. Perfect for seekers, converts, and cradle Orthodox Christian alike, this program is your chance to ask the tough questions about the Orthodox faith.
 
Finding God in Everything, Everyday - A production of the GOARCH Department of Youth and Young Adult ministries and a presentation of Ancient Faith Radio, this brief weekly video podcast will focus on the various ways in which God has infused all of creation with goodness and beauty.
 
Not to Condemn the World, But to Save It - Fr. Andrew Stephen Damick conducts in-depth interviews to tell stories of the working of the gospel of Jesus Christ in the whole creation--in culture, in personal, community and public life. In today’s world what we need most is neither polemic nor compromise, but engagement.
 
Sunday Homilies and Theological Reflections with Fr. Josiah Trenham - Weekly homilies and theological reflections recorded from the amvon of St. Andrew Orthodox Church in Riverside, California. This podcast is likewise sponsored by Patristic Nectar Publications, a publisher specializing in resources for Orthodox catechesis. We thank you for allowing us to be a part of your spiritual quest, and we hope that your listening experience is an edifying one.
 
Homilies from Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Cathedral - Fr. Apostolos Hill, Dean of Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Cathedral in Phoenix, AZ, delivers a timely message in a humorous and straightforward preaching style as he draws from his various life adventures to underscore the power of the Gospel of Jesus Christ to save and to heal broken humanity.
 
Homilies from St. Luke Orthodox Church in Abilene, Texas - Thoughtful homilies of an Orthodox priest who serves a small parish and teaches Religion full-time at McMurry University in Abilene, TX. Fr. Philip draws on his scholarly work in Christian theology and ethics, but most of all, these are the homilies of a pastor guiding his flock with insightful, practical suggestions on how to share more fully in the life of Jesus Christ.
 
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'These Martyrs contested for piety's sake in the year 524 in Najran, a city of Arabia Felix (present-day Yemen). When Dhu Nuwas, ruler of the Himyarite tribe in south Arabia, and a Judaizer, took power, he sought to blot out Christianity, especially at Najran, a Christian city. Against the counsels of Arethas, chief man of Najran, the city surrende…
 
'These Martyrs contested for piety's sake in the year 524 in Najran, a city of Arabia Felix (present-day Yemen). When Dhu Nuwas, ruler of the Himyarite tribe in south Arabia, and a Judaizer, took power, he sought to blot out Christianity, especially at Najran, a Christian city. Against the counsels of Arethas, chief man of Najran, the city surrende…
 
Theosis—becoming like God—is perhaps the best-known understanding of salvation in the Orthodox tradition. But what isn't often discussed is what angels have to do with it. Fr. Stephen De Young and Fr. Andrew Stephen Damick discuss how God's Divine Council is the intended destiny of mankind.By Ancient Faith Radio
 
Bobby Maddex interviews Philip Mamalakis and Dean Theophilos about the upcoming OCAMPR 2020 Conference. This year's virtual conference on Friday, November 6th and Saturday, November 7th is titled ​"Christ, The Measure of Wellness: Healing Mind, Body, and Soul”​. Anyone is welcome to attend this conference and hear theological, medical, and psycholo…
 
Bobby Maddex interviews Philip Mamalakis and Dean Theophilos about the upcoming OCAMPR 2020 Conference. This year's virtual conference on Friday, November 6th and Saturday, November 7th is titled ​"Christ, The Measure of Wellness: Healing Mind, Body, and Soul”​. Anyone is welcome to attend this conference and hear theological, medical, and psycholo…
 
His Hebrew name is Jacob. He was a close kinsman of Christ, and was therefore called, according to the Jewish usage of the time, his "brother." Some accounts say that he was a child of Joseph by his first marriage; others accounts say that he was the son of Joseph's brother Cleopas and his wife Mary, who was first cousin of the Theotokos. He took t…
 
St. Paul emphasizes the divine origin of the gospel without downplaying the importance of his fellow apostles. We understand this difficult passage in Galatians by looking at the entire letter, by remembering the apostolic witness to the Resurrection in 1 Cor 15, and by comparing the ministry of the apostle with that of the prophet Jeremiah. (Gal 1…
 
His Hebrew name is Jacob. He was a close kinsman of Christ, and was therefore called, according to the Jewish usage of the time, his "brother." Some accounts say that he was a child of Joseph by his first marriage; others accounts say that he was the son of Joseph's brother Cleopas and his wife Mary, who was first cousin of the Theotokos. He took t…
 
Two orphans wander the wide world. At every turn, danger lurks. But little Ivanushka just can't get over his thirst! In spite of his sister's warning, he drinks the water... and turns into a goat. But that seeming tragedy sets into motion a series of events that will lead to the ultimate happily ever after. In the analysis section, Nicholas Kotar d…
 
This week, Elissa Bjeletich and Kristina Wenger explore the what Jesus means when He says, "The last will be first and the first will be last."You'll find more materials to make this lesson come to life for your family or classroom at: tending-the-garden.com/virtualsundayschool.By Ancient Faith Radio
 
This week, Elissa Bjeletich and Kristina Wenger explore the what Jesus means when He says, "The last will be first and the first will be last."You'll find more materials to make this lesson come to life for your family or classroom at: tending-the-garden.com/virtualsundayschool.By Elissa Bjeletich, Kristina Wenger, and Ancient Faith Radio
 
He was bishop of Hierapolis in Phrygia of Asia Minor, during the reign of Marcus Aurelius, a persecutor of Christians. During a pagan festival, Abercius was instructed by an Angel to throw down the idols of Apollo and other pagan gods. When his work was discovered, the people of the city were outraged; but instead of hiding, the bishop went to the …
 
He was bishop of Hierapolis in Phrygia of Asia Minor, during the reign of Marcus Aurelius, a persecutor of Christians. During a pagan festival, Abercius was instructed by an Angel to throw down the idols of Apollo and other pagan gods. When his work was discovered, the people of the city were outraged; but instead of hiding, the bishop went to the …
 
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