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”
For a field that has not been studied or promoted in public schools for over 50 years, clearly the subject matter of divinity remains important and relevant for the vast majority of Americans.
Our beloved children and pets remind us of the way that we are to look to God, and to find Him.
How might we apply Saint Paul’s definition of what is a real Christian, to today’s leaders?
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Why do you spend your money for that which is not bread, and your labor for that which does not satisfy? – Isaiah
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