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
The first time I ever attended a funeral service where cremation of the body of the deceased had taken place was in Portland, Oregon, many years ago. An Episcopal priest friend had died and had requested his body be cremated. Walking into the church ... Read more about Cremation Versus the Orthodox Practice of Burial
“IT is not difficult to see why … the female became the emblem of the universal … Nature …. surrounded her with very young children, who require being taught not so much anything as everything. Babies need not to be taught a trade, but to be ... Read more about A Mother’s Calling
"There was even something more in addition to these evils, namely that his [Lazarus] reputation was slandered by foolish people. For most people, when they see someone in hunger, chronic illness, and the extremes of misfortune, do not even allow him ... Read more about On Being Poor in America
Like the other dilapidated houses on the block next to the train tracks, the Klimaka shelter for the homeless is covered with bold graffiti. They practically blot out its tomato-red façade and certainly distract attention from the name on its open ... Read more about AT DINNER WITH THE HOMELESS IN ATHENS, GREECE
How our Benevolence becomes Evangelistic Christ commanded with clarity and demonstrated with humility, that we should take part in “humanitarian” duties of caring for the downcast. He was completely adamant about getting involved with society, not ... Read more about Benevolence and Gospel
There are two things that immediately came to mind while reading the book On Social Justice, Saint Basil the Great. As the Forward states, Saint Basil seems like he is writing to our generation. His words are so easily applicable to our society it ... Read more about Saint Basil Book Review
In Matthew 25:31 -40, Christ says that He will judge us based on how we serve the poor and oppressed. In many other passages, Christ instructs us “not to store treasures on earth” but to store them in “heaven.” He says that “to whom much is given, ... Read more about On Who The Poor Really Are!