John G. Panagiotou is the first Orthodox Christian Theologian to Receive a Doctorate at Erskine Theological Seminary

John G. Panagiotou became the first Orthodox Christian theologian to receive a doctorate at Erskine Theological Seminary on May 4, 2019, in it’s 182 year history.

Dachau 1945: The Souls of All Are Aflame

Also read Pascha In Dachau by Gleb Alexandrovitch Rahr – Prisoner R (Russian) By Douglas Cramer In 1945, a Paschal Liturgy like no other was performed. Just days after their liberation by the US military on April 29, 1945, hundreds of Orthodox Christian prisoners at the Dachau concentration camp gathered to celebrate the Resurrection service […]

The Re-Creation Vacation — A Retreat to Discover and Refocus, Heal and Renew, Inspire and Recharge in Culpepper, VA on June 7-10, 2019

How can we help someone who is struggling? Sometimes what most people need is a map that points them in the right direction and some encouragement and instruction along the way.

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A Public Statement on Orthodox Deaconesses by Concerned Clergy and Laity

Thirty-nine Orthodox Christian clergymen and lay leaders, including the heads of two leading Orthodox seminaries in the U.S., have issued a public statement calling on church leaders to defend Orthodox teaching on the creation and calling of man as male and female by opposing the appointment of deaconesses in the Orthodox Church.

An Orthodox Appraisal of Political Correctness, Sexual Anarchy, Cultural Deconstruction and Conforming the Church to the World

Religion is the ground of culture and the ground that nourished Western Culture was Christianity. Christianity informed and shaped such things as personal and social values, anthropology (who and what man is), notions of justice, economic fair play, and other constituents that shaped the world in which we live. Today some of those constituents are under attack, especially in areas of human sexuality. Many Churches have succumbed to the liberal zeitgeist (Episcopal, Mainstream Protestants denominations, increasingly Roman Catholicism as well) and suffered decline and even collapse.