Who are we? It seems that the devil has just called us out on the very way that we build God's kingdom. At a very precise time, Satan manipulated the secular governments of the world to pull the rug out from under our feet. We built temples all over ... Read more about Returning to Orthodox Community
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
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
Here is a link that helps us understand the fact that the bishopric is the arbitrator of truth and that the Bible, our primary repository of truth, belongs only to the Church that is under this bishopric. From the link above we can see that there ... Read more about Can We Believe The Bible Without The Bishopric?
Climbing out of the Confusion As time goes by throughout the Church age, more and more layers of half-truths and lies rise up to completely burry and surround us. We are left with bits and pieces of the Gospel, whereas to become a completely ... Read more about On Death To The World!
Jovinian, or Jovinianus, (died A.D.405) was an opponent of Christian asceticism in the 4th century and was condemned as a heretic at synods convened in Rome under Pope Siricius and in Milan by St Ambrose in 393. Our information about him is ... Read more about Jovinian Heresy Much Like that of Modernism Today!
One View of American Capitalism By Dr Clark Carleton, - from Ancient Faith Radio Hello, and welcome once again to Faith and Philosophy. Today’s topic is “My Two Cents on Capitalism.” I’m going to return to the topic of theological language in ... Read more about One View of American Capitalism
1. King George was no tyrant. He was a devout Christian man who loved his family and country. King George was not "insane" as many Americans claim he was. He became ill with porphyria, and lost much of his mental faculties later in life. He died of ... Read more about Facts About America’s Founding King