Πιστεύομεν εις ένα Θεον Πατερα παντοκράτορα, ποιητην ουρανου και γης, ορατων τε πάντων και αορατων. Και εις ένα κύριον Ιησουν Χριστον, τον υιον του θεοθ τον μονογενη, τον ει του πατρος γεννηθέν τα προ πάντων των αιώνων, φως εκ φωτος, θεον αληθινον εκ θεου αληθινου, γεννηθέντα, ου ποιηθέντα, ομοουσιον τωι πατρί· δι’ ου τα παντα […]
Happy Thanksgiving to all neophytes!!
Since Advent is just around the corner, it is the annual time to start thinking about Advent’s dual reflection: the first coming of Christ and his second coming. I grew up in a church that made the Left Behind books look like Dr. Suess. We talked about ‘being ready for the rapture,’ and I, as […]
I have been follwing Ted Haggard’s story with much grief and sadness. I am particularly saddened by the coverage in the news media. Like this is a ‘political’ story!? There is a complete disregard for a man who is very broken with a family that is humiliated and devastated–especially his kids (who were on the […]
I know that our readers have strong feelings about next week’s election. We are all concerned about the direction of our country and the potential direction of our country. We are all concerned about the brutal war we are engaged in. A corollary to a previous post. Are we called to be politically powerful as […]
Nothing challenges our distorted sense of individualism like a sober-minded, Christian reflection of the faithful departed. The Saints are not mini gods out to do our bidding, nor are they silent on the other side of heaven. They pray for us as the ‘great cloud of witnesses’ and cheer us on. The church is not […]