Theology

Theological and Scientific Theories of Knowledge [3] George Mantzarides, Professor Emeritus of the Theological School of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki 20 January 2020 Our first duty as people is to investigate and know ourselves. And our gr...
Theological and Scientific Theories of Knowledge (2) George Mantzarides, Professor Emeritus of the Theological School of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki 15 January 2020 This personal nature of the truth is of prime significance for us. The li...
Theological and Scientific Theories of Knowledge George Mantzarides, Professor Emeritus of the Theological School of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki 14 January 2020 Orthodox Christian theology has always distinguished between two kinds of k...
Sunday after Epiphany Hieromonk Georgios M. Thanasou 12 January 2020 Epistle Reading Eph. 4, 7-13: “The Humility of Christ” Today is the first ...
The Angel of the Wilderness Georgios N. Manolis, Theologian 7 January 2020 The life and activity of John the Baptist and Forerunner is an enduring tes...
The Transfiguration of Time Protopresbyter Vasileios Kalliakmanis 4 January 2020 a) In every age, people want to measure, monitor and confer value on time, ...
On the new year † Dionysios, Metropolitan of Servia and Kozani 3 January 2020 My beloved brothers and sisters, Of all the wishes exchanged at the dawn o...
To the Horepiscopi Saint Basil the Great 1 January 2020 (The epistle was probably written in about 372 and was addressed to the hor...
Church Tradition: Meaning and Definition Vasilios Grillas, Theologian 22 December 2019 The term ‘Tradition’ is used in the Church to denote the sum of the truths ...
The Significance of Christ’s Nativity for Us Ioannis Karavidopoulos, Professor Emeritus of New Testament Hermeneutics, A. U. Th. 21 December 2019 The Gospel reading for the Sunday before Christmas is taken from the beginn...
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