Christian Anthropology

On the resurrection of the dead, for those with a strong stomach Athenagoras the Athenian 9 August 2016 I was reading the Early Christians Apologists the other day and came across...
Embryo and foetus as seen by Orthodox Church Dr. Nikolaos Koios 8 August 2016 The presentation of the opinion of the Orthodox Church about the value of...
People as Liturgical Beings – Part 2 Abbot Georgios Kapsanis of Gregoriou 7 August 2016 People who offer ‘your own from your own, in all things and for all things’...
People as Liturgical Beings – Part 1 Abbot Georgios Kapsanis of Gregoriou 4 August 2016 We usually characterize people as rational and independent beings. These at...
Towards a better understanding of the phenomenon of addictions Fr. Vasileios Thermos 1 August 2016 (Talk in Irakleio, at an event sponsored by the Holy Archdiocese of Crete, ...
We weren’t created to die, but to live forever. Georgios I. Mantzaridis, Professor 15 May 2016 Love as ‘acconmodation’ in the body of Christ, in the ‘land of the living...
Christ is the Resurrection and Eternal Life Georgios I. Mantzaridis, Professor 12 May 2016 Christ’s new commandment isn’t simply a command to love in the general se...
The Resurrection of Christ is the Quintessence of the Divine Revelation Georgios I. Mantzaridis, Professor 9 May 2016 The Resurrection is forgotten in this day and age. Even the immortality of ...
Christ’s Passion Overcomes Death Archimandrite Ephraim, Abbot of the Vatopaidi Monastery 4 May 2016 When Christians talk about death, they don’t do so with pessimism, they are...
The Modern Orthodox Church in the United States on Abortion Valarie H. Protopapas 3 May 2016 In keeping with the two thousand year continuity of the Faith, contempora...
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