Monthly Archives: December 2017

“Of old the river’s water had been polluted by the untimely deaths of murdered infants”

Today, as a firstborn son, Christ went down into Egypt to end the mourning its ancient bereavement had brought upon that land. Instead of plagues he brought joy, instead of night and darkness he gave the light of salvation. Of … Continue reading

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Searching for Our Human Face: The Loss of Innocence

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by Brian C. Moore, Ph.D. “O nature, o nature. Why do you not deliver what you promised back then? Why do you deceive your children so?” (Giacomo Leopardi, “A Sylvia”; translation in Robert Pogue Harrison’s…

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Consciousness and Materialism

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St Athanasius and the Incarnation

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The Being of God

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“Glory to that Voice that became a body”

Glory to that Voice that became a body, and to the lofty Word that became flesh. Ears even heard Him, eyes saw Him, hands even touched Him, the mouth ate Him. Limbs and senses gave thanks to the One Who … Continue reading

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“In the bleak mid-winter / A stable-place sufficed”

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