Memo to Greek Orthodox Bishops: Stop Honoring Pro-Abortion Politicians

By Fr. Johannes L. Jacobse Giving the Patriarch Athenagoras Human Rights Award to New York Governor Andrew Cuomo was a mistake. Cuomo is a defensive tackle for the abortion industry. He uses the power of the state and his bully pulpit to bulldoze anyone who dares defend the unborn. Gov. Cuomo also advocates for partial birth abortion through the ninth month of pregnancy. Maybe you didn't … [Read more...]

A Family in Need. Can You Help?

A family with four children needs our help. The father recently lost his job and they have no income. He is looking for work and hopes to find some soon but in the meantime they need $2,000 to pay bills, put food on the table, and avoid eviction. This is a responsible family, they will get back on their feet, but in the meantime they need some serious help through this trial. Can you … [Read more...]

Met. Hierotheos Vlachos: Texts of “The Holy and Great Council” Distinguished by “Creative Ambiguity” and Other Flaws

[T]he final text is...distinguished by its “creative ambiguity”...imbued with baptismal theology and the branch theory...and moved slightly, but consciously, away from the principle of exclusivity and towards the principle of inclusiveness. [I]t is strange for a Hierarch to invoke former professors and not the Prophets, the Apostles and the Church Fathers, which is what he … [Read more...]

American Psychological Association Course Correction: Sexual Orientation and ‘Gender Identity’ Not Fixed After All

In what could be called a stunning reversal, Dr. Lisa Diamond, a top researcher of the American Psychological Association (APA) and avowed lesbian activist, states that viewing sexuality as exclusively two types — heterosexual and homosexual — that are rigid and unchangeable no longer applies. California psychologist Laura A. Haynes writes in the essay below that "the battle to … [Read more...]

The Five Tasks of a Theologian in the 21st Century

By John G. Panagiotou Address delivered at the Opening Convocation of Cummins Theological Seminary, Summerville, South Carolina on September 10, 2016. The students entering seminary to begin their studies might ask “Why such a lofty topic?" "We came to seminary to become pastors and ministers, not scholars or academics." And to them I respond, "You're right." Cummins has trained … [Read more...]

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