Person and violence

Should Orthodox Churches Have Armed Guards? Andrew Estocin 19 July 2017 Our family discussed this question after attending liturgy one Sunday. The ...
The Greatest Form of Knowledge Archimandrite Theofilos Lemontzis, D. Th. 27 April 2017 The ability to forgive others depends on how honest we are with ourselves...
The Great Gain Archimandrite Theofilos Lemontzis, D. Th. 23 April 2017 Forgiveness is the effort and exercise of a love that is, in the end, tra...
‘Father forgive them, for they do not know what they are doing’ (Luke 23, 24) Archimandrite Theofilos Lemontzis, D. Th. 20 April 2017 Jesus again sets the Law of the Old Testament in its true interpretationa...
An eye for an eye (Levit. 24, 20-21). Is Mosaic law retaliatory? Archimandrite Theofilos Lemontzis, D. Th. 15 April 2017 Supporters of rough justice often quote Mosaic Law, which is concerned wi...
The temptation of rough justice and the law of forgiveness Archimandrite Theofilos Lemontzis, D. Th. 13 April 2017 Once people distanced themselves from God, inebriated by the mortal pleasur...
In the Middle East, death is defeated on the Cross Dimitrios Athanasiou 11 April 2017 In recent years, particularly after the uprising among the Arab peoples, wi...
Going beyond religious fanaticism Elder Efraim Vatopaidinos 1 February 2017 Religious fanaticism is defined as the absolute rule of the holy over the s...
Statement (Violence in Quebec) Metropolitan of Toronto Sotirios 31 January 2017 STATEMENT BY THE CANADIAN CONFERENCE OF ORTHODOX BISHOPS The Canadian Co...
Fundamentalism and the Psychology of Violence Fr. Lawrence R. Farley 21 January 2017 Propaganda Poster Recently I began what I hope will become a dialogue wit...
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