New Testament

6th Sunday of Luke: ‘The Possessed Man as the Fragmentation of the Human Person’ Protopresbyter Nikolaos Patsalos 22 October 2017 On the 6th Sunday of Luke, the great Redeemer of the human race, while He w...
The Allegorical Interpretation of Biodiversity in the Epistle of Barnabas Moskhos Goutzioudis, Assistant Professor of the New Testament, A. U. Th. 16 October 2017 Paper delivered by Prof. Goutzioudis at the 3rd Hagiological Conference on ...
The Third Sunday of Luke (Luke 7, 11-16) Father Nikolaos Patsalos 9 October 2017 Anyone reading or hearing today’s Gospel (the raising of the son of the wid...
Second Sunday of Luke † Dionysios, Metropolitan of Servia and Kozani 1 October 2017 It’s a great thing for there to be concord and love in life. Then again, it...
Close to Christ and Far from Him Archimandrite Ioïl Yiannakopoulos 25 September 2017 A. Far from Christ. From today’s Gospel reading : ‘We’ve worked all night l...
The good and bad tenant farmers (13th Sunday of Matthew) Metropolitan of Gortyn and Megalopolis, Ieremias 4 September 2017 Today’s Gospel reading tells us, in parable form, about a vineyard planted ...
10th Sunday of Matthew Metropolitan Dionysios of Servia and Kozani 14 August 2017 ‘And when they came to the crowd, a man came up to him and, kneeling before...
Saint Paul and Greek Society. Past-Present-Future Ioannis Karavidopoulos 1 July 2017 With the preaching of Saint Paul concerning Christ, a significant change be...
The Healing Ministry of Jesus Christ Archbishop Lazar Puhalo 8 June 2017      "...the Sun of Righteousness shall arise with healing in His wings" ...
The Mother of God was the first to see the risen Christ Saint Gregory Palamas 22 May 2016 The Myrrh-bearing women were those who followed Christ and His Mother. They...
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