Biblical Theology

Sermon on the Apostolic reading – 4th Sunday of Luke (Titus 3: 8-15) Metropolitan of Pisidia Sotirios 10 October 2020 The Apostle Paul, after being freed from his first imprisonment in Rome, we...
Wage Increase Metropolitan Ieronymos of Larisa and Tyrnavos 6 October 2020 It’s a common phenomenon all over the world that people try, by any means t...
Love is the Criterion of Faith and Works (2nd Sunday of Luke) Georgios Patronos, Emeritus Professor of Theology, University of Athens 4 October 2020 The Gospel reading for 2nd Luke comes from the Lord’s Sermon on the Mount. ...
Sermon on the 1st Sunday of Luke (Luke 5: 1-11) Metropolitan of Pisidia Sotirios 27 September 2020 What should be admired first from what the Evangelist Luke told us today? T...
The Divine Invitation Ioannis Karavidopoulos, Professor Emeritus of New Testament Hermeneutics, A. U. Th. 27 September 2020 The Gospel readings which the Church has appointed to be read at the Divine...
Sunday after the Exaltation: Being and Having Ioannis Karavidopoulos, Professor Emeritus of New Testament Hermeneutics, A. U. Th. 21 September 2020 The real scourge of humankind, particularly nowadays, is the feeling of ins...
‘For when the Lord of the Vineyard Comes, what will he do to those Laborers? Hierodeacon Rafael Misiaoulis, Theologian 7 September 2020 Christ used the image of the vineyard rather than that of any other tree or...
The good and bad tenant farmers (13th Sunday of Matthew) Metropolitan of Gortyn and Megalopolis, Ieremias 5 September 2020 Today’s Gospel reading tells us, in parable form, about a vineyard planted ...
‘Good Teacher what Good should I do to have Eternal Life?’ Hierodeacon Rafael Misiaoulis, Theologian 31 August 2020 The rich young man in today’s Gospel reading (Matthew 9, 16-26) begins with...
‘I forgave you all that debt because you pleaded with me’ Hierodeacon Rafael Misiaoulis, Theologian 23 August 2020 In the Gospel reading for the 11th Sunday of Matthew, known as the parable ...
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