Pascha In Dachau

Also read Dachau 1945: The Souls of All Are Aflame by Douglas Cramer. By Gleb Alexandrovitch Rahr – Prisoner R (Russian) Dachau concentration camp, April 27th, 1945 The last transport of prisoners arrives from Buchenwald. Of the 5,000 originally destined for Dachau, I was among the 1,300 who had survived the trip. Many were shot, […]

Prospective Theology Students: Sign up for a Pilgrimage to Mt. Athos from July 6-18, 2018!

Our five day pilgrimage to Mt. Athos will include visits to both large Coenobitic Monasteries and smaller sketes and kellia, so that our young pilgrims will experience the spectrum of monastic life that exists on Holy Mountain. The pilgrims will have an opportunity to speak with experienced spiritual fathers and abbots on the Holy Mountain, a blessing which is not available to most visitors.

A Review of Bonnie Thurston’s All the Fullness of God: The Christ of Colossians

Bonnie Thurston analyses the confused Christology of the first century Collosian Church and the Apostle Paul’s correction in his epistle to them.

Straw Men and Slippery Slopes: A Response to Paul Ladouceur

Half of Ladouceur’s argument doesn’t represent the views of opponents of deaconesses. Who believes in the “ontological subordination” of women? No one I know in the Orthodox Church.

The Mystery of the Virgin Womb as the Tabernacle of God in the Flesh

God becoming man means that the Mother of Christ became His tabernacle. In this essay doctoral candidate John G. Panagiotou examines the scriptural grounding and the teachings of the Church Father’s on the necessity of the Incarnation to bring salvation to mankind.