Archives for July 2010

Mattingly: Shocking words to the Presbyterians

Source: The Republic Anyone who attends one of the national church assemblies that dot the calendar every summer knows that they are highly ritualized affairs. Officers will be elected. Political issues will be discussed. Lofty resolutions will be passed. At least one long business session will include a proposal about clergy benefits and salaries. […] […]

Colson: Christians and Civil Disobedience

Source: Colson Center Recent Comments Priests Don’t Answer Emails [10] Anonymous So I am very late in coming to this, but yes, still…May 23, 6:43 PM Dishonest Dialogue [3] Dave E. Sanders Years ago, when I was living in Miami, I met an Orthodox…May 16, 9:24 AM John P. It is interesting to observe that […]

Turkey offers citizenship to Orthodox archbishops

Source: Today’s Zamann Prime Minister Tayyip Erdoğan has quietly led the gesture to the Orthodox, who face a shortage of candidates to succeed İstanbul-based Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew, 70, and serve on the Holy Synod, which administers patriarchate affairs. Turkish law requires the patriarch to be a citizen. But the Orthodox community in Turkey, an overwhelmingly […]

Finding the Balance: Privacy and the Civil Society

Fr. Gregory Jensen, contributing editor to AOI blog and editor of Koinonia blog recently published this essay on the Acton Institute website. Privacy in our culture has come to serve not a deepening of community life but an ever deeper sense of social isolation.  Even otherwise laudable behavior is increasingly justified not by the goodness […]

More from Fr. Zakariah Boutros

Recent Comments Priests Don’t Answer Emails [10] Anonymous So I am very late in coming to this, but yes, still…May 23, 6:43 PM Dishonest Dialogue [3] Dave E. Sanders Years ago, when I was living in Miami, I met an Orthodox…May 16, 9:24 AM John P. It is interesting to observe that virtually the same […]

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