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
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?
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
Rick Steves, a popular European travel guide, had a guest speaker write this about Georgia. Georgia is a Christian outpost in a largely Islamic part of the world. Despite living farther east than Syria, Egypt, and parts of Iraq, Georgians have a ... Read more about Orthodoxy Flourishing in Georgia
DEMRE, Turkey — In the fourth century A.D., a bishop named Nicholas transformed the city of Myra, on the Mediterranean coast of what is now Turkey, into a Christian capital. Nicholas was later canonized, becoming the St. Nicholas of Christmas ... Read more about Well-Preserved Byzantine Temple
(NaturalNews) The Obama Administration has given its blessing to PepsiCo to continue utilizing the services of a company that produces flavor chemicals for the beverage giant using aborted human fetal tissue. LifeSiteNews.com reports that the ... Read more about American Leadership Supports Consuming Aborted Babies!
Public displays of homosexual activity may be banned in Russia, four months after they were banned in Saint Petersburg, one of Russia's largest cities. Legislators are planning on making sure that such activity stays behind closed doors, Voice of ... Read more about Russia Banning Homosexual References?