Theology

‘Let us go up to the mountain of the Lord’ Sotirios Theologou 8 August 2022 Christ’s Transfiguration is a very important feast for our Orthodox Church....
The Kingdom of God Fr. Andreas Agathokleous 3 August 2022 There are ecclesiastical terms which, I think, are difficult today for peop...
The Canons of Supplication Protopresbyter Antonios Christou 1 August 2022 A supplicatory canon (paraklisi) is a poem of the Orthodox Church. These po...
The bodiless presence of the Divine Word and the Holy Spirit in the Old Testament. A response to anti-Trinitarian claims Protopresbyter Vasileios Georgopoulos, Assistant Professor, Faculty of Theology, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki 29 July 2022 From the time of the Renaissance until today, a common effort has repeatedl...
Hypocritical faith and unfeigned love Sophia Bekri, Theologian 26 July 2022 The faith of both the paralytic and those who carried him (Matth. 9, 1-8) i...
Theology of Events (Titus 3, 8-15) Archimandrite Varnavas Lambropoulos 18 July 2022 A superficial reading of today’s epistle gives the impression of dry morali...
The Trap of Religiosity Vasileios Stoyiannos, Professor A.U.Th. and Civil Governor of Mount Athos (†) 18 July 2022 The Christian faith is a ‘path of life’. It’s a way that continues as long ...
‘Authorities’ in the world Fr. Antonios Alevizopoulos (†) 8 July 2022 The kingdom of Christ is ‘not of this world’, it’s not from here (Jn. 18, 3...
John, the ‘doer’ of the word Sophia Bekri, Theologian 27 June 2022 ‘The rays of the new grace shone brightly today at your birthday’ sings the...
Handing on the baton of the faith Ioannis Karavidopoulos, Professor Emeritus of New Testament Hermeneutics, A. U. Th. 21 June 2022 The epistle reading for the Sunday of All Saints is from the Epistle to the...
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