The place of the Law of God in Christian theology has been a hot point amongst many believers. In the early Church the Law of God was constantly brought up to ward off the ceremonial practices of the Jews, especially regarding the Sabbath day. Many ... Read more about On Levitical Law, Christ, And The Church
Saint Seraphim of Sarov, shortly before his repose in the Lord in 1833, wrote this letter and addressed it "to the Tsar in whose reign I shall be glorified." Tsar Martyr Nicholas II, Tsarina Martyr Alexandra, and St. Elizabeth the New Martyr of ... Read more about Saints Canonized During the Reign Of Tsar Martyr Nicholas II
The author of the St. Petersburg bill banning gay propaganda continued his crusade by claiming in an interview that homosexuality is a bad habit that can be treated by fasting and prayer. While speaking on the popular Russian talk radio show Ekho ... Read more about Homosexuality and Healing
On Earth As It Is In Heaven! In the Orthodox faith, it is important for our faith to involve both our soul (heart, motive, etc) and our actions. We are committed to a holistic faith that involves both the spiritual as well as the material. This is ... Read more about What Does Love Really Look Like?
We all want to be “lead by the Spirit” and experience the grace of God in our lives. After all, this is a critical aspect of being Christian; having that relationship with the Almighty God, and entering in to what Orthodox call ... Read more about Synergy – Becoming One With Christ – Part 1