Biblical Theology

Symeon, the Last of the Righteous. On the Reception of the Lord Timotheos, a Priest of Jerusalem 3 February 2022 Since we shall not have enough time to mention the virtues of all the saint...
The Feast of Christ’s Reception as Fulfillment of the Ritual of Mosaic Law Theodore Rokas 1 February 2022 The recent feast, the Reception of the Lord, is the feast which is celebrat...
Honor and Responsibility Archimandrite Varnavas Lambropoulos 31 January 2022 It’s an open secret that even the smallest amount of praise concerning any ...
The Blind Man in Jericho Metropolitan of Gortyn and Megalopolis, Ieremias † 24 January 2022 Today’s Gospel tells us of the miracle of the cure of the blind man in Jeri...
14th Sunday of Luke: Physical or Spiritual Blindness? Protopresbyter Nikolaos Patsalos 23 January 2022 14th Sunday of Saint Luke today, and we’ve now entered the month of Christm...
The Ingratitude of the 9 Lepers, an Enduring Passion Hierodeacon Rafael Misiaoulis, Theologian 17 January 2022 Jesus was going towards Jerusalem when, outside a small town, he encountere...
12th Sunday of Luke (The Ten Lepers) Monk Agapios 16 January 2022 From the Kyriakodromion of Monk Agapios These ten lepers, in the most succ...
Sunday after Epiphany: ‘As many as have been baptized in Christ have put on Christ’ Protopresbyter Nikolaos Patsalos 8 January 2022 With the Lord’s feast of Holy Epiphany-Theophany, another beautiful and inc...
‘He Has Redeemed His People’ (Luke 1, 68) Lambros Skontzos, Theologian 30 December 2021 The coming of Our Lord Jesus Christ into the world is one of the few interl...
Sermon for the Apostolic Reading on the Sunday before Christmas (Hebrews 11: 9-10 & 32-40) Metropolitan of Pisidia Sotirios † 19 December 2021 In today’s Apostolic Reading, we heard with how much faith Abraham and his ...
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