Monthly Archives: November 2020

“When he came in obscurity, it was to be judged; when he comes openly it will be to judge”

“Our God will come openly; our God will come and will not keep silent.” The first coming of Christ the Lord, God’s Son and our God, was in obscurity; the second will be in sight of the whole world. When he came … Continue reading

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Do Major Religions Worship the Same God?

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Akathist of Thanksgiving

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Happy Thanksgiving!

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Apollinarius and the Truncated Humanity of Christ

Virtually all I know about Apollinaris of Laodicea is that his heresy elicited a memorable response from St Gregory the Theologian: “What has not been assumed has not been healed.” So in preparation for reading the letters of Gregory to … Continue reading

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“Look, my kingdom is ready, paradise stands open, my immortality is displayed in all its beauty”

As the holy Gospel clearly proclaims, the Son of Man will gather together all nations. He will separate people one from another, as a shepherd separates sheep from goats. The sheep he will place at his right hand, the goats … Continue reading

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Whose Dogs Go to Heaven?

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The Heretical Thomist Coffee Cup

There is only one possible Orthodox response to this heretical Thomist coffee cup. Anathema! Anathema! Anathema sit!

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