Some have wondered about the name of this website, In The Spirit of Truth. As mentioned in my Welcome page, the URL is from a line in one my favorite prayers called the Trisagion, which means “thrice holy.” The Trisagion (tri-SAH-ghee-on) is a set… Continue Reading “Thoughts on prayer: the Trisagion, Ho’oponopono, and more”
With his bishop’s hat, flowing robes, scraggly white beard, and distinctive British accent, this esteemed professor emeritus at Oxford could surely be mistaken for a Defense-Against-the-Dark-Arts instructor at Hogwarts.
Stories are so powerful, particularly the stories of people who led exemplary or extraordinary lives. One of the uncounted things I love about Orthodoxy is it’s edifying and illustrated storytelling. As part of every service, every day of the year, we tell stories and… Continue Reading “Stories and Spiritual Athletics”
What a headline for this post, hey? Bear with me on this one… A friend of mine of Facebook recently posted a series of very joy-filled messages to his friends, sharing his recent Chrismation into the ancient Holy Orthodox church. He is a very… Continue Reading “Dark force attractions, procrastination, and the heart-brain path to God”
Have you ever seen your guardian angel? I heard mine once, clear as a bell, and it saved my life.
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