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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.
 
Welcome to ‘Enacting the Kingdom’: A Podcast about Liturgical Worship. Fr. Yuri Hladio is an Orthodox Christian Priest with a life-long desire to keep learning. Fr. Geoffrey holds a doctorate in Liturgical Theology and is the co-director of the Orthodox School of Theology at the University of Toronto. Together they explore the liturgical services of the Orthodox Christian Church.
 
John Heers takes you beyond rhetorical "rabbits" and the shallow approach that the media and most thinkers today take to examine contemporary cultural phenomena. Using theology, history, philosophy and years of travel in Mali, the Republic of Georgia, Haiti, and beyond, Heers offers a refreshing take to how we got to where we are now. WAWTAR is all about talking about those heavy things… lightly.
 
The Seen and Unseen World in Orthodox Christian Tradition - The modern world does not acknowledge but is nevertheless haunted by spirits - angels, demons and saints. Fathers Andrew Stephen Damick and Stephen De Young focus on enchantment in creation, the union of the seen and unseen as made by God and experienced by mankind throughout history.
 
On a dreary Tuesday morning in 1939, C.S. Lewis and J.R.R. Tolkien wandered into the Eagle & Child on St. Giles' Street in Oxford, England. The Eagle & Child was where these 'Inklings' gathered regularly to discuss their latest literary ideas, some of which would impact Christians worldwide for generations to come. The Eagle & Child Podcast is devoted to discussing the history and inspiring stories of influential Christian thinkers & their thoughts. 'A tip of the hat to the Inklings & Christ ...
 
The Ground is a brand new Orthodox podcast, hosted by Deacon Justinian Burnett and Jonathan Hill, with the blessing of Archimandrite Maximos, Abbot of the monastery of St Dionysios the Areopagite, St James, NY, (ROCOR). We will be discussing the basis of Eastern Orthodox Christianity, with a special emphasis on symbolism and worldview.
 
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.
 
The Orthodox Conundrum is a forum in which we look honestly at the Orthodox Jewish community, identifying what works well and what does not, so that, through an honest accounting, we can find solutions that will be successful. We will examine some of the major issues that affect the Orthodox world, without exaggeration, whitewashing, or pretending that they don’t exist. Our hope is that the Orthodox Conundrum will spark wider discussion that will enable Orthodox Judaism to continue moving fo ...
 
Provocative and smart discussion about faith and challenges in life. This series explores dimensions of Armenian Orthodoxy in a candid interview format. A spin-off to the Next Step with Fr. Vazken, as a "next step" for today. epostle.net - Apostolic Evangelism for an Electronic and Expanding Universe. Part of the expanding vision of the In His Shoes Mission
 
Retelling of Slavic Fairytales and Myths, and an Explanation of How These Stories Help Us Better See and Live in the Real World - Is fiction dangerous? This podcast provides a spiritually and culturally enriching answer, beginning with a retelling ofa Slavic fairy tale or myth and proceeding to an analysis of the symbolic structure of that story.
 
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 ...
 
Looking at the World from the Celtic Shores of Scotland—and Elsewhere - Have you ever wondered what the world looks like through a monk's eyes? Priest-monk Seraphim shares his stories of the places he visits and the people he meets as he travels the world to found the first Orthodox monastery in the Celtic Isles of Scotland in a thousand years.
 
A layman's view of living the Orthodox Christian Faith. - Steve Robinson is an Orthodox Christian living in Phoenix Arizona and owns his own construction company. Prior to becoming Orthodox, he was an evangelical pastor and church leader. More recently, he established one of the most popular Orthodox podcasts on the planet--Our Life in Christ--which he hosts with his friend Bill Gould. In this shorter podcast, Steve reflects on the practical side of being an Orthodox Christian worki ...
 
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In preparation for Yom Kippur, the Orthodox Conundrum presents a conversation between Scott and Rabbi Judah Mischel, the author of the fine new book Baderech: Along the Path of Teshuva. Together they explore the fundamentals of repentance, in order to enable every individual to live a life of meaning and closeness to G-d.To order Baderech, go to ht…
 
This week we analyse prime minister Boris Johnson’s game on social care reform, what the plan involves and whether the Conservative party and its voters will swallow tax rises. Political editor George Parker and economics editor Chris Giles dissect the details. Plus we look at how the UK government hopes to try to avoid another coronavirus lockdown…
 
Fr. Thomas speaks with scholar, author, and historian Dr. Russell Martin about the relationship between the Orthodox Church and monarchy. How did the church relate to the state under the sovereign rule of a monarch? What were the political and religious ramifications? How can Orthodox Christians in modern democracies understand this important part …
 
He was a clean shaven, American born, public school educated, successful businessman. And he was also the architect of American Orthodoxy and a leading rescue activist during the dark years of the Holocaust. Mike Tress (1909-1967) grew up as an orphan in Williamsburg. Joining the nascent Zeirei Agudas Yisroel organization, he soon emerged as its le…
 
Sadly, you're about to hear an Uri-less episode. But Rivky tried! This week, Rivky had an incredibly interesting conversation with Dr. Rivka Press Schwartz, an educator and "amateur sociologist of Orthodoxy." They discussed her recent tweet thread comparing our community's reaction to an Orthodox baseball player to LGBTQ members, dealing with painf…
 
Fr. Thomas is joined by Dr. Vladimir Morosan as they discuss the impact of the recently departed Fr. Sergei Glagolev, a prominent church musician and composer of Orthodox music. They will examine his pastoral and musical ministry, and play excerpts of his hymns which are outstanding examples of the living tradition of Orthodox music in our time.…
 
On this episode of WAWTAR, John is joined by iconographer Aidan Hart. They talk about the role icons and secular art play in society alongside a more detailed discussion on why icons look the way they do. Aidan has been a professional icon painter and carver for over thirty years with works in over twenty countries of the world in a wide range of m…
 
Is the Torah A “Way of Salvation” for Jews? – Michael Lofton | 09/13/2021 Is there salvation in the Torah? Are Jews saved by keeping the law? Should Jews convert to Catholicism? Michael Lofton answers these questions, and more, in this episode. https://reasonandtheology.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/09/Is-the-Torah-A-Way-of-Salvation-for-Jews_-Michae…
 
Who Are Black Hebrew Israelites with Vocab Malone | 09/12/2021 The Street Apologist, Vocab Malone, joins R&T to discuss Black Hebrew Israelism. https://reasonandtheology.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/09/Who-Are-Black-Hebrew-Israelites-with-Vocab-Malone-_-09_12_2021-128-kbps.mp3By Michael Lofton
 
With the ideas like technology, progress, and liberty shaping our lives, we are formed to believe that reality is tending toward an ever greater number of choices and ever fewer limits. But is this limitless ideal a good way to live? Dr. Ashley Hales has a different idea, which she explores in her new book, A Spacious Life: Trading Hustle and Hurry…
 
So we begin the discussion of the "baptism proper", with the Great Litany, or Litany of Peace. Fr Yuri and Fr Geoffrey have already recorded 5 episodes walking through the Great Litany, so please head to Enacting the Kingdom's season one if you're interested in an even more in-depth discussion on how this litany developed, how we can actively engag…
 
Did you hear about the crazy Shabbat Naftali Bennett, other high level officials, and journalists spent in a DC hotel last week? This week, Uri and Rivky speak to Lazar Berman, diplomatic reporter for The Times Of Israel about that Shabbat, being a diplomatic correspondent, and bias in media. Links: Understanding false rape allegations: https://www…
 
The Council of Chalcedon with Dr. Richard Price | 09/11/2021 Professor Richard Price discusses the Council of Chalcedon with the R&T crew. Richard Price is Professor Emeritus of the History of Christianity, Heythrop College and Honorary Research Fellow, Royal Holloway, University of London. His many previous publications include The Acts of the Cou…
 
The great Biblical patriarch Abraham began his life in the shadow of the sacrificial ziggurat of Ur, dedicated to a pagan moon god. What does it mean that God called him out of that context, why did God direct Abraham's gaze to the stars, and why did Abraham bring his son Isaac to the top of a mountain? Fr. Stephen De Young and Fr. Andrew Stephen D…
 
In this episode, Dr. Cyril Jenkins discusses with John Heitzenrater his path from hyper-traditionalist, observant Catholic to Orthodoxy, and what this actually tells us about him as the headmaster of St. Constantine in the Lehigh Valley in Pennsylvania.By Dr. Gary Cyril Jenkins and Ancient Faith Radio
 
Having gained fame as the Radin Yeshiva, as well as immortality through his Torah which is still studied worldwide, Rav Naftali Trop (1871-1928) was an important Torah leader who left an impact on the pre war yeshiva world of Eastern Europe.A product of Slabodka and Kelm, he brought Talmudic scholarship as well as the mussar movement to his student…
 
Professor Weidenkopf discusses his new book Light From Darkness – Nine Times the Catholic Church Was in Turmoil and Came Out Stronger Than Before. https://reasonandtheology.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/09/yt5s.com-Light-from-Darkness-with-Steve-Weidenkopf-_-09_08_2021-128-kbps.mp3By Michael Lofton
 
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