Ethics

Manipulative People Protopresbyter Themistoklis Mourtzanos 13 November 2019 One of the many difficulties in human relationships, which begins with the ...
The Resurrection: an affront to reason Archimandrite Epiphanios Ekonomou 28 April 2019 It’s hardly surprising that the message of the Resurrection of Christ has r...
The Tomb of the Lord (Great Saturday) Fr. Lev Gillet 27 April 2019 On Holy Saturday the Church directs and concentrates our attention on our L...
The Cross and the Resurrection Protopresbyter Vasileios Kalliakmanis 24 April 2019 a)  The Cross leads to the Resurrection, Great Friday bears fruit on the br...
Time and Creation Theodore Rokas 3 January 2019 On January 1 our holy Church celebrates two great and important events: the...
Why Christianity mustn’t change (2) Saint Theophan the Recluse 2 January 2019 If the saving power of the teaching depended upon on our knowledge and ou...
Why Christianity mustn’t change Saint Theophan the Recluse 30 December 2018 Why shouldn’t Christianity change with the times? Saint Theophan wrote thi...
The Repercussions of Rationalism in our Life (2) Archimandrite Athanasios (Anastasiou), Former Abbot of the Holy Monastery of the Great Meteora 1 December 2018 Nous and reason In order to understand better the difference between the...
The Repercussions of Rationalism in our Life (1) Archimandrite Athanasios (Anastasiou), Former Abbot of the Holy Monastery of the Great Meteora 28 November 2018 We might say that rationalism is excessive confidence in our reason, its el...
The Need for Spiritual Study in the Age of the Internet and Information Archimandrite Theofilos Lemontzis, D. Th. 7 November 2018 Our era has one particular feature where it differs from previous ages: peo...
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