Bourgeois “Conjugal Friendship” and American Ethnophyletism

The recent post in “Public Orthodoxy” on Conjugal Friendship claims to take a postmodern approach to sacramental conjugality in Orthodox Christianity but falls into ethnophyletic and gnostic heresies.

A Conversation Between Dr. Jean Claude Larchet and Archpriest Peter Heers [VIDEO]

Dr. Jean Claude Larchet discusses his elder, true theology and its presuppositions; the confusion of Vatican II and the Roman Church; the errors of of Met. John of Pergamon, Fr. Alexander Schmemann, and others; dangers for Orthodox theologians in America, the presuppositions regarding the Mysteries and the boundaries of the Church; and more.

Go and Make Disciples: Evangelization and Outreach in US Orthodox Parishes

The first ever, national study on evangelization and outreach in Orthodox parishes in the United States has been released by the Assembly of Canonical Orthodox Bishops of the USA.

Three Trojan Horses: Insider Attempts to Disorient the Orthodox

Source: Touchstone Magazine Reprinted with permission of the author. By Fr. Alexander F.C. Webster The benighted Pan-Orthodox Council in Crete in June 2016 reminded Orthodox Christians that the rock of Orthodox faith and practice has been splitting for decades. The fissures are particularly evident among the approximately one million Orthodox Christians in the United States. […]

The “Council” of Crete and the New Emerging Ecclesiology: An Orthodox Examination [VIDEO]

What, then, did the world go to Crete to see? A “Great and Holy Council”? A free gathering of the Orthodox Bishops from around the world? Behold, most of them were not invited and nearly all that came were not given a vote. So, what went they out to see in Crete? “A council of primates with their entourages.