Met. Jonah at the Institute of Religion and Democracy: Secularism and Depersonalization [AUDIO]

Source: Juicy Ecumenicism Metropolitan Jonah recently spoke at the Institute on Religion and Democracy. He served as the head of the Orthodox Church in America (OCA) from November 2008 until July 2012. He spoke about “Secularism and Depersonalization” and its impact on society and the church. Listen here: … [Read more...]

Fr. Josiah Trenham: Protecting Religious Freedom [AUDIO]

Source: The Voice of Russia - American Edition | Andrew Hiller WASHINGTON (VR)– Some might argue that the founding of the Americas and the keystones of the United States were largely based on three principles: fair taxation, freedom of religion, and property rights. Now, two of those seemingly are under attack in Kansas. This all centers on a bill that purports to defend the rights of business … [Read more...]

Information, Creativity, and Surprise

My review of Gilder's book published by the Acton Institute follows these preliminary comments. I believe that the book Knowledge and Power: The Information Theory of Capitalism and How it is Revolutionizing our World is indeed revolutionary. Author George Gilder is first an economist so this book, which he sees as the culmination of his life's work (Gilder also wrote Wealth and Poverty), is … [Read more...]

Thank You to Everyone Who Contributed

Please accept my heartfelt gratitude for the support you showed to a priest in need. He has asked me to convey his gratitude as well. The situation was nothing short of a crisis and your generosity has helped him leap over a canyon. He works hard, very hard in fact, but unjust treatment, a poor economy, and a very unexpected event for which he could not prepare all came together at the wrong … [Read more...]

Have Icon, Will Travel

The Ministry of an Orthodox Army Chaplain in Southwest Asia Post-9/11 by Alexander F. C. Webster This article appeared in the Nov/Dec 2013 issue of Touchstone: A Journal of Mere Christianity. At 11:20 p.m. on April 3, 2010, a loud explosion broke the night silence around the main chapel on Bagram Air Field (BAF) in Afghanistan. I was putting on my vestments in preparation for the … [Read more...]

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