As the new members of the Ecumenical Synod of the Patriarchate of Constantinople convene March 14-16, 2019, one of the items of discussion will be addressing the Moscow Patriarchate’s apparent campaign of disparagement of the Ecumenical Patriarch. To see entire article, please click here.
Rev. 2 Orthodox Christianity can rightly say that it has retained the fullness of the original, historical, ancient Christian Church – from the time when there was only one Christian Church without denominations. While the Church’s original theological fullness is remarkable, the executive leaders of the various Orthodox Christian jurisdictions (Greek, Russian, etc.) appear to […]
This highlight from one of our essays emphasizes that in our Church, there are certain presumptions that we are led to believe are a given. Paragraphs, indeed, manuscripts can be (and have been) written on each of the following lines. The sheer volume of material might obscure these simple givens: Celibacy is not proof of […]