Biblical Theology

The Bread of Life (Matth. 14, 14-22) Ioannis Karavidopoulos, Professor Emeritus of New Testament Hermeneutics, A. U. Th. 2 August 2020 Feeding the hungry people in Palestine was a Messianic sign: someone who ga...
For a piece of bread (8th Sunday of Matthew) Metropolitan Meletios of Nikopolis † 2 August 2020 We hear in today’s Gospel narrative that Christ was in an out-of-the-way pl...
The Jesus Prayer (Matth. 9, 27-35) Metropolitan Ioïl (Frangkakos) of Edessa, Pella, and Almopia 28 July 2020 ‘Have mercy upon us, Son of David’. Many miracles have occurred through th...
Miracles, the ‘Signs’ of the New Life (7th Sunday of Matthew) Hierodeacon Rafael Misiaoulis, Theologian 26 July 2020 And the crowds marveled, saying, ‘Never was anything like this seen in Isra...
Liberation from the Power of Evil Ioannis Karavidopoulos, Professor Emeritus of New Testament Hermeneutics, A. U. Th. 13 July 2020 The central aim of the Gospel reading for the fifth Sunday of Matthew is to...
The Son and Word of God, the Saviour of the Human Race Hierodeacon Rafael Misiaoulis, Theologian 12 July 2020 Most of the miracles performed by Jesus were the result of a request by peo...
Homily on the Lord’s Ascension Metropolitan of Pisidia Sotirios 2 June 2020 With the Ascension of Jesus Christ into Heaven, we may think that His Disci...
Who’s to Blame? (Sunday of the Blind Man) Saint Nicholas Velimirovich 24 May 2020 ‘And his disciples asked him, Teacher, who was to blame, he himself or his ...
Sunday of the Blind Man Archimandrite Zacharias Zacharou 23 May 2020 Today’s Gospel reading describes the healing of a man born blind, and speak...
‘Do not fear’ (Matt. 28, 10) Archbishop Anastasios of Tirana 22 May 2020 ‘Do not fear’, said the angel of the Lord to the myrrh-bearing women, who w...
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