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!
John Chrysostom’s Discovery of the Blessings & Mysteries of Marriage byMike Aquilina When a man publishes so much—we have some 700 sermons and 246 letters of St. John Chrysostom’s, plus biblical commentaries, moral discourses, and ... Read more about St John Chrysostom on Marriage
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
From pre-Nicene times to our modern times, the monastics of the Church have kept us vigilant and sober, showing us that God does indeed call modern day John the Baptists’ and Paul the Apostles’. God calls these monks to live a life of purity not ... Read more about A Brief History of Monasticism
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
The head of the resurgent Russian Orthodox Church, Patriarch Kirill, said feminism was a "very dangerous" phenomenon offering an illusion of freedom to women who should focus on their families and children. Some three quarters of Russians consider ... Read more about Russian Patriarch Denounces Feminism!
By Elizabeth Szlek, M.A. Introduction Orthodox Christians living in the West are surrounded by a culture which seems to be at odds with our basic beliefs about God and the nature and destiny of men. Yet, we function amid the science and ... Read more about Christianity and Biopsychiatry: Are They Compatible?
A Letter from St Gregory the Theologian to one of his spiritual daughters: My daughter, For your wedding, I, your spiritual father Gregory, offer you this poem as a gift. And I consider it to be the best possible advice a father could ... Read more about What Every Christian Woman Should Read!
This is not a popular topic, but it is extremely important for our times. Marriage is a sacrament and it ought to be treated as such. In other words, we need to make certain that the man knows who he ought to be and the woman knows who she ought to ... Read more about St John Chrysostom on Patriarchal Marriage
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