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Continuing our study of the Nestorian controversy, Dr. Jenkins looks at the expansion of the dispute and the issues the propelled it out of Constantinople and across the Mediterranean to Rome and Alexandria. We shall also see St. Cyril's first entrances into the controversy and his keen focus on the issues involved.Orthodoxy and Education: https://…
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Fr. Tom Soroka and John Maddex will dive into the topic of Universalism and speak with Orthodox panelists who fall into one of three categories: Confident Universalists, Hopeful Universalists, and those who say Universalism was condemned as a heresy.We read in Scripture that God is not willing that any should perish (2 Peter 3:9). But we also read …
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Fr. Tom Soroka and John Maddex will dive into the topic of Universalism and speak with Orthodox panelists who fall into one of three categories: Confident Universalists, Hopeful Universalists, and those who say Universalism was condemned as a heresy.We read in Scripture that God is not willing that any should perish (2 Peter 3:9). But we also read …
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During my pilgrimage in Wales, Fr. Andrew met the remarkable Tad (Father) Deiniol, pastor of All Saints of Wales Orthodox Church in Blaenau Ffestiniog and the only Welsh-speaking Orthodox priest in the country.During our interview, he told Fr. Andrew the story of how he became an Orthodox Christian and also many details of Orthodox saints of Wales,…
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Protestant critics of Orthodoxy fault us for many things, but one of the foremost of their objections is our devotion to Mary, the Mother of Jesus. Hostility to Roman Catholicism is built into Protestant DNA, so anything in Orthodoxy that resembles something in Roman Catholicism will be subject to criticism, including such more or less innocuous th…
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