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?
Dating back to the first millennium, the “Three Bar Cross” has served the Orthodox Church across the entire world. The top bar of the cross represents the mockery Christ received as He was taunted as “King of the Jews.” An Eastern Orthodox ... Read more about The Three Bar Cross
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!
Very soon after Russia accepted the seed of the Gospel (in the year 988) her soil was sanctified by the blood of martyrs. The pure young sons of Grand Duke Vladimir, Boris and Gleb, accepted death at the hands of a political assassin in order to save ... Read more about On Orthodox Monarchy
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
More than 1,000 people took to the streets of Bucharest on Sunday (November 10), asking for the reinstatement of the monarchy in Romania. People chanted asking for King Michael I of Romania to take his seat at the Cotroceni Palace – which is now ... Read more about Romanians March to Revive Monarchy!
From RT News The Georgian Parliament is to discuss the possibility of restoring the monarchy in the country. The idea was floated by the Head of the Georgian Orthodox Church and has been warmly greeted by opposition parties. With no end in ... Read more about Georgia Considers Returning to Monarchy
Having been married only a year and a half, I’ve recently come to the conclusion that marriage isn’t for me. Now before you start making assumptions, keep reading. I met my wife in high school when we were 15 years old. We were friends for ten ... Read more about A Truly Orthodox Perspective of Marriage
Before I refer to my limited experience with beginner monks, it would be good to offer some counsel for their edification while they are, for one reason or the other, still found in the world. Perhaps this meagre assistance will strengthen them for ... Read more about On Monks, Clergy and Laity – By Elder Paisios
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!