By Vladimir Moss “In a US newspaper article last week,” writes Janet Daley, “an apologist for the new metropolitan consensus described the acceptable world view as ‘internationalist, secular, cosmopolitan, multicultural liberalism’. This seems ... Read more about The Left, the Right, and Orthodox Christianity
At a very precise time in human history, Satan has manipulated the secular governments of the world to pull the rug out from under our feet. We built temples all over America and other non-Orthodox countries only to have them closed on us in a matter ... Read more about Returning to Orthodox Community
Community! We crave it. We thrive on it. We will go to great lengths to acquire its benefits. Virtually everyone is interested in some form of community. It is the way we are designed and fashioned, inside and out, body and soul. Throughout all ... Read more about Difference between True and Heretical History
Conquering the storms of secularism and ecumenism has been a treacherous journey for many since America’s Revolutionary War. But there is adaptability, to which some faiths have embraced. Protestantism is one such faith! It was completely dismantled ... Read more about What Has America Done to Christianity?
This podcast from Dr Clark Carlton may very well be one of the most important lectures in modern Orthodox history. Dr Clark unravels our current situation within America Orthodoxy with such vigor that it is hard to even introduce the lecture without ... Read more about Welcome to the Catacombs, By Dr. Clark Carlton
Liberal Facade It is a well-known fact that the Liberal political and theological parties pride themselves on the desire to care for the poor and needy. But we know that this is less of a desire and belief than it is a political playing card. The ... Read more about Outmoding American Politics
THE GOSPEL AS A WORLDVIEW Secularists in our day continually attempt to explain Christianity away, pointing to its religious terms and concepts as non-sensible, etc. And perhaps, to some degree, they are right, in that we have gravitated away from ... Read more about Orthodox Worldview
The article below is from OrthodoxWiki. It has a general description of the Orthodox term, 'diaspora,' that is used within many of our Divine Liturgy services. The article states that some Orthodox Christians believe "they are living as dispersed ... Read more about Secular Nationalism or Orthodox Community?
The Canons to Sylvester from the Council of Arles (A.D. 314) It was excommunication all together for many in the fourth century who joined such things as secular government, acting, and other polarizations of Christian community and sanctification. ... Read more about Sobornost in the Fourth Century
Orthodox Christianity teaches that the Gospel is community oriented - community led by the Church. When we grow in a culture, as we did in Russia, Greece, and many other eastern communities, we counseled and in many cases and times, led the ... Read more about Trust Not In Princes