Archives for November 2014

An Exchange on Homosexuality and Culture

In a comment on the Monomakhos blog, I offered this prediction: The romance with homosexualism can only last for so long -- five years tops and we are in year one. In another two years public doubts will start to surface. In year four those doubts will start shaping into a consensus. In year five the waters of this tsunami will start to recede. Why do I say this? Because nothing in the … [Read more...]

Fr. Lawrence Farley: Is the LGBT a New Reality?

Source: No Other Foundation By Fr. Lawrence Farley The battle between those who condemn homosexual activity as sinful and those who celebrate it as a valid alternative is heating up, and the sound of its fury is shaking the walls and rattling the windows even of the Orthodox Church.   It’s like Dylan prophesied long ago: the times they are a’changin.   And though our … [Read more...]

Dr. Clark Carlton: Understanding the Modern and Post-Modern Mind [AUDIO]

The ideas that shape Fr. Robert Arida's argument that the Orthodox Church should offer moral parity to homosexual pairings did not arise with him. He draws from a well that has been dug by others even though he does not acknowledge (or might not be aware) of it. To understand more fully why Fr. Arida and his supporters think the way they do, and why their ideas sound so reasonable and even … [Read more...]

Texas Orthodox Clergy Deliver Stinging Rebuke to Fr. Arida and Enablers

Statement of the Brotherhood of the Orthodox Clergy Association of Houston and Southeast Texas on the Comments of Fr. Robert Arida on Homosexuality Published on Monomakhos Source: Orthodox Houston In response to Fr. Robert Arida’s recent article, which was posted on the OCA’s Wonder blog, there have been many eloquent rebuttals. We do not wish to attempt to reproduce those critiques … [Read more...]

Fr. Robert Arida: Why Don’t You Become Episcopalian?

This essay responds to Fr. Robert Arida's essay "Never Changing Gospel; Ever Changing Culture" NOTE: Due to an outpouring of criticism, the OCA was forced to retract Arida's article. You can read it on the WayBack Machine (internet archives). By Fr. Johannes L. Jacobse A great many of those who 'debunk' traditional...values have in the background values of their own which they believe … [Read more...]

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