Bioethics

Reservations regarding Transplants George Mantzarides, Professor Emeritus of the Theological School of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki 17 June 2019 The negative arguments against transplants The negative arguments agains...
The Church pays medical science the honor due to it George Mantzarides, Professor Emeritus of the Theological School of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki 14 June 2019 Despite this, we can’t ignore the value of medical science, which comes a...
Transplants and brain death George Mantzarides, Professor Emeritus of the Theological School of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki 12 June 2019 Transplants have become part of everyday life in modern society. The positi...
Sin and Sickness: An Orthodox View (3) Dr. Nikolaos Koios, Content Coach of Pemptousia 6 August 2018 Of course, all of this doesn’t mean that sickness is removed with the com...
Sin and Sickness: An Orthodox View (2) Dr. Nikolaos Koios, Content Coach of Pemptousia 3 August 2018 We have another instance where the righteous suffer without guilt, as in ...
Sin and Sickness: An Orthodox View Dr. Nikolaos Koios, Content Coach of Pemptousia 31 July 2018 In one of the most beautiful modern examples of our ecclesiastical educatio...
Non-Gender and One-Gender in the Gnostic Gospels (6) Archimandrite Theofilos Lemontzis, D. Th. 10 July 2018 In its efforts to restrict the practice of self-mutilation, the Church ad...
Non-Gender and One-Gender in the Gnostic Gospels (5) Archimandrite Theofilos Lemontzis, D. Th. 27 June 2018 The above prohibitions should not be confused with instances where certai...
Non-Gender and One-Gender in the Gnostic Gospels (4) Archimandrite Theofilos Lemontzis, D. Th. 19 June 2018 The distinction between the sexes isn’t the inspiration of a wicked God Who...
Non-Gender and One-Gender in the Gnostic Gospels (3) Archimandrite Theofilos Lemontzis, D. Th. 25 May 2018 Whereas gender theories claim that the problem lies in the human body and...
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