Best Orthodoxy podcasts we could find (Updated September 2018)
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Orthodoxy is a book that has become a classic of Christian apologetics. In the book's preface Chesterton states the purpose is to "attempt an explanation, not of whether the Christian faith can be believed, but of how he personally has come to believe it." In it, Chesterton presents an original view of the Christian religion. He sees it as the answer to natural human needs, the "answer to a riddle" in his own words, and not simply as an arbitrary truth received from somewhere outside the bou ...
 
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Orthodoxy Live
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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.
 
Orthodox Christianity vs. Non-Orthodox Doctrine - Discover how Orthodox Christianity and non-Orthodox doctrine differ and why it matters to your spiritual journey.
 
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Orthodoxy
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"Orthodoxy," a series of essays by Gilbert Keith Chesterton. First published in 1908. Read by David "Grizzly" Smith. "The only possible excuse for this book is that it is an answer to a challenge. Even a bad shot is dignified when he accepts a duel." This is how Chesterton explains "Orthodoxy," the sequel to Heretics. "I have attempted in a vague and personal way, in a set of mental pictures rather than in a series of deductions, to state the philosophy in which I have come to believe. I wil ...
 
An Ancient Approach to Contemporary Questions - Dr. Michael Polnik presents a weekly guide to the world of contemporary bioethics as informed by his Orthodox faith.
 
Orthodoxy is a book that has become a classic of Christian apologetics. In the book's preface Chesterton states the purpose is to "attempt an explanation, not of whether the Christian faith can be believed, but of how he personally has come to believe it." In it, Chesterton presents an original view of the Christian religion. He sees it as the answer to natural human needs, the "answer to a riddle" in his own words, and not simply as an arbitrary truth received from somewhere outside the bou ...
 
Orthodox Christianity vs. Non-Orthodox Doctrine - Discover how Orthodox Christianity and non-Orthodox doctrine differ and why it matters to your spiritual journey.
 
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We Are Orthodoxy
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Why do some young adults leave the Church, while others stay engaged? Rather than guess, we’ll interview young adults for an important conversation that highlights real stories and real struggles. We Are Orthodoxy empowers young adults to speak for themselves and to tell their own stories of faith and doubt.
 
Updates and Reflections on the Orthodox Christian Prison Ministry - Learn how our church is reaching out to those in prison and helping spread Orthodoxy in prisons and jails around the country.
 
 
A short and rather old fashioned biography a great saint. Don't expect subtlety; it's unapologetic hagiography. The saint is presented as a figure of pristine brilliance, courage and integrity and his persecutors as conniving villains. But to those who appreciate what was at stake in the controversy, Athanasius is indeed a God-sent hero. This is an informative, if quaint, introduction to a fascinating figure in history. (Summary by Pattymarie)
 
Thoughts of the lesser known Patriot Father Christoper Kubiak
 
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Fr. Evan and Fr. John answer questions regarding the Ecumenical Patriarch and the Russian Orthodox Church, Greeks and the English language, and the Orthodox teaching on praying for the dead.By feeds@ancientfaith.com (Fr. Evan Armatas and Ancient Faith Radio).
 
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Emily is newly graduated from college and is working as a learning specialist. A convert to the Church, Emily is trying to navigate exactly what it means to live a faithful life in Christ. While she longs to be connected to Christ and the Church, Emily shares the shame she experiences when she feels she falls short of others’ expectations, and ...…
 
Fr. Evan Armatas opens the new Church year by addressing questions from listeners. Topics included were the so called "rapture", repetition in the liturgy, loving our handicapped community, and more.By feeds@ancientfaith.com (Fr. Evan Armatas and Ancient Faith Radio).
 
Fr. Evan Armatas welcomes Fr. Philip Lemasters as his guest co-host. Together they take questions on the sacraments, the rapture, and more.By feeds@ancientfaith.com (Fr. Evan Armatas and Ancient Faith Radio).
 
Fr. Evan Armatas takes questions from the phones, emails, and pre-recorded callers on a variety of subjects including frequent communion, eastern and western mindsets, and choosing a Father Confessor.By feeds@ancientfaith.com (Fr. Evan Armatas and Ancient Faith Radio).
 
Fr. Evan answers questions about the various levels of clergy, anger, serving in the Liturgy without communing, and much more!By feeds@ancientfaith.com (Fr. Evan Armatas and Ancient Faith Radio).
 
Steve Christoforou puts his feet to the fire in the season finale of We Are Orthodoxy. Steve discusses the complexity of working for the Church, describing how it isn’t always quite the same thing as serving the Lord. Trusting that Christ is enough to make it through even the deepest of crises, Steve remains deeply committed to holding on to th ...…
 
Fr. Evan welcomes surprise guest Fr. Gregory Pelushi from Albania and tackles a variety of questions including one about the epistle read at the sacrament of marriage.By feeds@ancientfaith.com (Fr. Evan Armatas and Ancient Faith Radio).
 
Zantana is a third-year college student living in Las Vegas. She grew up Orthodox but never really felt like it mattered beyond being a dogmatic system. Recently, however, she has begun to rediscover the spiritual depth of Orthodoxy. Surprisingly, it has actually been her education at a secular university that has opened her mind to reengage th ...…
 
Fr. Evan Armatas welcomes Fr. Alexander Rentel from St. Vladimir's Orthodox Theological Seminary as a guest co-host. Fr. Alexander is an expert on canon law and together they tackled a variety of listener questions from calls, email, the chat room, and pre-recorded.By feeds@ancientfaith.com (Fr. Evan Armatas and Ancient Faith Radio).
 
Tim is in his twenties, working in D.C. as a graphic designer. He has grown up in the Church and remains actively involved in it, but he can’t help but feel a little frustrated when he feels people are getting stuck in promoting ideological agendas. Tim is looking for the Truth and simply isn’t interested in anything less than Truth Himself.…
 
Fr. Evan Armatas welcomes Ancient Faith Spiritual Advisor Fr. Nabil Hanna to guest co-host the show as they tackle questions about the Old Testament, Prophets, trans-gender issues, and more.By feeds@ancientfaith.com (Fr. Evan Armatas and Ancient Faith Radio).
 
Natalie is a 30-something who recently graduated with a Master’s Degree in School Counseling. She grew up Orthodox, and she is now married to another woman. Natalie is stuck in the tension of being separated from the Church while also understanding the Church’s uncompromising stance on her marriage.By feeds@ancientfaith.com (Steven Christoforou, Christian Gonzalez, and Ancient Faith Radio).
 
A lively show as Fr. Evan Armatas answers listener emails and takes several calls. Questions included were on the daily prayers, wedding rings on the right hand, the numbering of the Psalms, the lectionary, and more.By feeds@ancientfaith.com (Fr. Evan Armatas and Ancient Faith Radio).
 
Sean is 32 years old and is living in New York City with his wife and daughter and attending grad school. Although Sean grew up going to Christian schools, attending church, and converted to Orthodoxy after high school, his life has taken a turn away from the Church. Compelled by social concerns, Sean has turned to other places looking for solu ...…
 
Maggie is a senior in college and is looking for her purpose, but her journey hasn’t been easy. Battling with depression and anxiety has been hard, but she finds the Church to be both exactly what she’s looking for while also being a place where she struggles to find people who understand.By feeds@ancientfaith.com (Steven Christoforou, Christian Gonzalez, and Ancient Faith Radio).
 
Guest co-host Fr. Patrick Cardine joins Fr. Evan Armatas fielding questions about Orthodoxy and learning about the Western Rite.By feeds@ancientfaith.com (Fr. Evan Armatas and Ancient Faith Radio).
 
Ben is a 23-year-old dental school student in Detroit. Having moved away from his friends, family, and community, Ben is struggling to find a parish to call his home, and often feels some of the pain of being so far away from the people who know him. This reality has affected his desire to attend church, but it doesn’t define it.…
 
Dr. Michael Polnik is back with a bimonthly podcast on Orthodoxy and Bioethics. This episode is a ​reintroduction of the podcast and a discussion on the role of science, asking questions, and the formation of our conscience as Orthodox Christians.By feeds@ancientfaith.com (Dr. Michael E. Polnik and Ancient Faith Radio).
 
Recorded before he was ordained, 34-year-old Fr. Jacob shares about his movement from Protestantism to Eastern Orthodoxy. As a 22-year-old, he was deeply moved by the liturgical and theological beauty of the Church. As he came to see that God is a God of healing love and mercy, Fr. Jacob realized that the Orthodox Church alone portrayed the vis ...…
 
Fr. Stephen De Young joins Fr. Evan to answer listener questions about fasting, evangelism, and the Atonement.By feeds@ancientfaith.com (Fr. Evan Armatas and Ancient Faith Radio).
 
Emilie is a 21-year-old who moved to LA with hopes of being an actor. It wasn’t long before she realized she wanted to be more involved with starting her own brand, promoting healthy living and people’s self-actualization. Emilie considers the Orthodox Church her home, but because she's having a hard time finding a place in the Church, she is a ...…
 
Michael recently graduated from college, where through a series of conversations with his roommates, he began to question the Orthodox Faith. Even though Michael still identifies as Orthodox, he no longer attends church and is on a journey to discover if his own perception of reality is actually true. Finding that some of his life experiences d ...…
 
As we begin our Lenten journey, Fr. Evan Armatas shares some thoughts on Forgiveness Sunday and takes calls and questions from the audience on a variety of topics.By feeds@ancientfaith.com (Fr. Evan Armatas and Ancient Faith Radio).
 
Mary is now a sophomore in college, but during a gap year, Mary went on a journey of self-discovery that challenged her in unexpected ways. While she comes from a close community of Orthodox Christians, Mary describes feeling like she has struggled with faith largely by herself.By feeds@ancientfaith.com (Steven Christoforou, Christian Gonzalez, and Ancient Faith Radio).
 
In the first episode of We Are Orthodoxy, Christian Gonzalez sits down with Jasiel to discuss his journey to the Orthodox Church. Jasiel shares his story of being born in the Dominican Republic, moving to New York City as a young boy, and playing piano as a young man for his church. The son of two Pentecostal pastors, Jasiel’s move toward Ortho ...…
 
Despite being Super Bowl Sunday, Fr. Evan has a lively show with calls, chat room, pre-recorded questions, and email questions. Included topics were economia regarding the Eucharistic fast, spouses who have no interest in Orthodoxy, and Hades.By feeds@ancientfaith.com (Fr. Evan Armatas and Ancient Faith Radio).
 
Join Steve and Christian as they introduce We Are Orthodoxy. Even though the podcast has generally been well-recieved, it has brought up some questions about its purpose. They discuss how the podcast originated, what the podcast isn’t, and what it is: an exercise in listening.By feeds@ancientfaith.com (Steven Christoforou, Christian Gonzalez, and Ancient Faith Radio).
 
Fr. Chris Salamy joins Fr. Evan Armatas to answer listener questions including questions about confession, Byzantine chant, and fasting.By feeds@ancientfaith.com (Fr. Evan Armatas and Ancient Faith Radio).
 
Fr. Evan Armatas had several questions tonight related to the differences between Orthodox and Roman Catholic understanding of the "keys to the kingdom." Please forgive the poor audio from Fr. Evan's studio. It appears it is time to replace a microphone cable!By feeds@ancientfaith.com (Fr. Evan Armatas and Ancient Faith Radio).
 
Together with Fr. Lou, Fr. Evan takes questions related to friendly parishes, purgatory, and how to best relate to a spouse who is not interested in Orthodoxy.By feeds@ancientfaith.com (Fr. Evan Armatas and Ancient Faith Radio).
 
Fr. Evan asks John Maddex to join him at the beginning of the show to reminisce about the beginnings of Orthodoxy Live five years ago. He then takes calls from listeners. The first one on prayer followed by an inquirer trying to choose between Orthodoxy and Roman Catholicism.By feeds@ancientfaith.com (Fr. Evan Armatas and Ancient Faith Radio).
 
Steve Christoforou joins Fr. Evan tonight as guest co-host as they tackle several questions together including salvation outside the Church and forgiveness. Send Fr. Evan a note of appreciation as it was five years ago tonight that Orthodoxy Live started!By feeds@ancientfaith.com (Fr. Evan Armatas and Ancient Faith Radio).
 
Fr. Evan takes questions on the future of Orthodoxy in America, the Protestant objection to the adoration of Mary, prayers for the dead, science and faith, and confessionBy feeds@ancientfaith.com (Fr. Evan Armatas and Ancient Faith Radio).
 
Penal substitutionary atonement, the diaconate, Church councils, and the acquisition of the Holy Spirit are among the questions fielded by Fr. Evan tonight.By feeds@ancientfaith.com (Fr. Evan Armatas and Ancient Faith Radio).
 
The author of Parenting Toward the Kingdom, Dr. Philip Mamalakis joins Fr. Evan as co-host tackling parenting questions—especially for parents of teens. They also talk about a new resource for parents and teen workers from Faithtree resources.By feeds@ancientfaith.com (Fr. Evan Armatas and Ancient Faith Radio).
 
Fr. Evan welcomes co-host and dear friend Fr. George Dokos to join him in answering listener questions tonight.By feeds@ancientfaith.com (Fr. Evan Armatas and Ancient Faith Radio).
 
On this holiday weekend, Fr. Evan digs into his vast backlog of email questions.By feeds@ancientfaith.com (Fr. Evan Armatas and Ancient Faith Radio).
 
After a brief meditation on the Feast of the Transfiguration, Fr. Evan takes calls and answers email questions from listeners.By feeds@ancientfaith.com (Fr. Evan Armatas and Ancient Faith Radio).
 
The hour flew by as Fr. Evan and Fr. Stephen address questions about the "myth of progress" as it relates to Fr. Tom Hopko's 55 maxims, systematic theology and the Orthodox faith, styles of worship in the broader Christian realm, and much more.By feeds@ancientfaith.com (Fr. Evan Armatas and Ancient Faith Radio).
 
How are we saved through the Eucharist? Why don't the saints depicted in icons ever smile? What holy sites can I visit on my trip west? Was the Holy Spirit active before Pentecost? Those and other questions were presented to Fr. Evan and his guest co-host Fr. Nicholas Louh.By feeds@ancientfaith.com (Fr. Evan Armatas and Ancient Faith Radio).
 
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