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    Reason and Theology Show – Reason and Theology
    Has the Catholic Church Ever Accepted Abortion?

    Reason and Theology Show – Reason and Theology

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022


    Has the Catholic Church Ever Accepted Abortion? Michael Lofton engages those who claim the Catholic Church once taught it was morally permissible to have an abortion. Articles referenced: The main article critiqued by Michael may be found here: https://theoutline.com/post/8536/catholic-history-abortion-brigid Dr. Donald DeMarco The Roman Catholic Church and Abortion: An Historical Perspective – Part I https://www.catholicculture.org/culture/library/view.cfm?id=3361 […]

    Ancient Faith Today Live
    From Deconstruction to Deification: Stories of Lost Evangelical Faith in God

    Ancient Faith Today Live

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 60:32


    Fr. Thomas speaks with former Evangelicals who "deconstructed" their faith in God, taking long and circuitous paths to Orthodox Christianity.

    Saint of the Day
    Synaxis of the Icon of our Most Holy Lady the Theotokos “Of the Three Hands”

    Saint of the Day

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 1:26


    Saint John of Damascus (December 4), the great defender of Orthodoxy against the iconoclasts, was falsely accused of plotting against the Caliph of Damascus through the intrigues of the iconoclast Emperor Leo the Isaurian (reigned 717-741). The Caliph ordered St John's hand to be cut off for his suspected treachery. The saint asked for the severed hand, and passed the night praying fervently for the aid before an icon of the most holy Theotokos. Waking in the morning, he found his hand miraculously restored, with only a scar around the wrist where it had been completely severed. In thanksgiving, St John had a silver hand mounted on the icon. When he became a monk in the monastery of St Sabbas in the Holy Land, he took the icon with him. It remained there until it was given to St Sabbas (Sava) of Serbia (January 14), who brought it to Serbia. Later it was miraculously taken to the Hilandar Monastery on the Holy Mountain (carried, according to legend, from Serbia to Mt Athos by an unguided donkey), where it may now be found.

    Reason and Theology Show – Reason and Theology
    Live Q&A on the Magisterium | R&T Live | 06.27.2022

    Reason and Theology Show – Reason and Theology

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022


    Live Q&A on the Magisterium | R&T Live | 06.27.2022 Michael Lofton answers questions about the Magisterium, i.e. the teaching authority of the Catholic Church. 00:00 Introduction 01:00 My trip to Catholic Answers 04:42 Gratitude for the Magisterium 06:44 If the Holy Spirit guides us, why do we need the Magisterium? 09:42 Must Catholics believe […]

    Becoming a Healing Presence
    Orthodoxy is Paradoxy

    Becoming a Healing Presence

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 14:23


    Dr. Albert Rossi reflects on the paradoxes within Orthodox Christians.

    Faith Producers International Podcast
    HEAVEN IS NOT A RETIREMENT CLUB #866/ EMBRACING THE FATHERS HEART WITH DR GEORGE WATKINS

    Faith Producers International Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 16:36


    Heaven is not a retirement club. It's pretty amazing all the variations and ideas people have about heaven and the afterlife. If you're a non-church person, your idea of heaven has been shaped by Hollywood and the movies they have produced in the last several decades. Hollywood has trained you that angels are named Charlie, and they ring a bell when they get their wings. The subject of God from Hollywood comes in all forms of thought and perverted ideas.  They have attempted to introduce God in several forms. Of course, all of them are man's ideas and someone's perspective of what they think God would be. If you're a church person, you have your own set of befuddled teachings and half-baked ideas of heaven and God himself. I don't say this lightly. I was raised in the church, and the message was never really clear and sometimes not understandable. Of course, this is a statement about the church in general. I am aware that many excellent teachers, pastors, spiritual leaders, etc., understand heaven and who God is. In the last 15 years, you may have been hearing about people going to heaven on a spiritual journey and coming back, reporting what it's all about. Of course, this is way out of general Orthodoxy in the church, and Orthodoxy means that everybody thinks and believes the same about a particular subject. Of course, that's what got Jesus, and the apostle Paul in trouble, wasn't it. They refuse to repeat what the elders of Israel have been teaching for centuries.  Pay attention because I believe God wants to peel the onion of revelation concerning heaven and his throne room. He has invited us in, and we don't have to wait to die to go there. And like Roy Rogers and Dale Evans often said, "happy trails to you." YOU CAN GIVE HERE=http://www.georgewatkinsministries.com/help-us.html WEBSITE= http://www.georgewatkinsministries.com/home-page.html FACEBOOK=https://www.facebook.com/FaithProducerstv/ Faith Producers address: PO Bx 1006 Mt Vernon, WA 98273 FAITH PRODUCES AN INTERNATIONAL PODCAST https://faithproducers.podbean.com/

    Orthodoxy Live
    June 26, 2022

    Orthodoxy Live

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 59:21


    Fr. Evan gives an explanation of the icon of Pentecost. What is the theological view on the rapture. How do we re-enter into the church when we have fallen away from the practice of entering into the life of the church.

    Reason and Theology Show – Reason and Theology
    The Maronite Church w/ Fr. Alex Harb and Dr. Geoffrey Bain

    Reason and Theology Show – Reason and Theology

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022


    The Maronite Church w/ Fr. Alex Harb and Dr. Geoffrey Bain Michael Lofton interviews Fr. Alex Harb, a Maronite priest, and Dr. Geoffrey Bain on the Maronite tradition. #maronite #easterncatholic #catholic #catholicism #theology

    Reason and Theology Show – Reason and Theology
    Do Unbaptized Babies Go to Hell? w/ Michael Lofton

    Reason and Theology Show – Reason and Theology

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 26, 2022


    Do Unbaptized Babies Go to Hell? w/ Michael Lofton Michael Lofton addresses the question of limbo in Catholic theology. He asks whether infants go to hell and why the church claims people can have hope that they enjoy God in heaven. #theology #catholic #orthod#theology #catholic #orthodox #easterncatholic #easternorthodox #infiltration

    A Form of Acknowledgment
    "Orthodoxy of the Heart" - Sunday of All Saints

    A Form of Acknowledgment

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 21:43


    Homily, 16.19.2022 - All Saints; the Epistle of St. Paul to the Hebrews. (11:33-12:2); the Holy Gospel according to St. Matthew. (10:32-33, 37-38; 19:27-30)

    Influence Podcast
    287. Against Liberal Theology

    Influence Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 43:43


    “In today's culture, it's not popular to be against something unless it's blatantly immoral or illegal,” writes Roger Olson. However, he adds: “If Christianity is to mean something, it has to have some shape, if not boundaries” (emphasis in original). The thesis of his new book, Against Liberal Theology, is that “liberal Christianity cuts the cord of continuity between itself and biblical, historical, classical, orthodox Christianity so thoroughly that it ought to call itself something other than Christian.” In this episode of the Influence Podcast, I'm talking to Olson about that thesis — what liberal theology is, why it's not authentically Christian, and why progressive Christians especially need to know these things. I'm George P. Wood, executive editor of Influence magazine and your host. Roger Olson is emeritus professor of theology at George W. Truett Theological Seminary of Baylor University, and author of Against Liberal Theology: Putting the Brakes on Progressive Christianity, published by Zondervan Reflective. ----- This episode of the Influence Podcast is brought to you by My Healthy Church, distributors of Bible Engagement Project. Bible Engagement Project gives churches access to a library of kids curriculum and small group resources all in one subscription. Visit BibleEngagementProject.com to download sample lessons.

    In A Certain Kingdom
    The Proud Bride

    In A Certain Kingdom

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 19:41


    In "The Proud Bride," we see the classic trope of the shrewish bride who is impossible to marry off (think King Thrushbeard and the Taming of the Shrew) being tamed by a trickster figure of a groom. But this time, it's the Russian fairy tale version. In the analysis, Deacon Nicholas reflects on some of the difficulties of the creative life by reading a wonderful essay by Ivan Ilyin on "A Wasted Day." Sounds depressing, perhaps, but in the beautiful words of Ilyin, it's a truly comforting reminder of the importance of seeking beauty every day.

    The Ten Minute Bible Hour Podcast - The Ten Minute Bible Hour
    0659 - Literally or Figuratively His Body and Blood?

    The Ten Minute Bible Hour Podcast - The Ten Minute Bible Hour

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 10:29


    Matthew 26 and 27   Thanks to everyone who supports TMBH at patreon.com/thetmbhpodcast You're the reason we can all do this together! Discuss the episode here Music written and performed by Jeff Foote.

    Reason and Theology Show – Reason and Theology
    Answering Live Questions at Catholic Answers w/ Michael Lofton

    Reason and Theology Show – Reason and Theology

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022


    Michael Lofton hijack Karlo Broussard’s desk at Catholic Answers for an impromptu live Q&A at the Catholic Answers headquarters in San Diego, CA!

    Good Doctrine
    Ep. 114 | Independence and Association

    Good Doctrine

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 56:19


    A lot's happened in some big American denominations recently, so what should churches who want to part ways with these denominations consider before cutting loose? Our sponsor (and an EXCELLENT resource for Bible study): Logos.com/gooddoctrineIntro/Outro music from bensound.com

    Saint of the Day
    Hieromartyr Eusebius, bishop of Samosata (380)

    Saint of the Day

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 1:59


    In the struggle against the Arian heresy, Meletius, Patriarch of Antioch, was deposed, and the emperor Constantius demanded that Eusebius surrender the document that proved his legitimate appointment to the Patriarchal throne. Eusebius said he would not surrender it without the permission of all who had signed it and, when imperial soldiers threatened to cut off his right hand, he held out both his hands to them. When Constantius heard of this, he was struck with admiration and ceased his persecution of the bishop. As the Arian heresy continued to rage, Eusebius stood strong, and was finally exiled by order of the Emperor Valens. When the messenger bearing the edict of banishment arrived, Eusebius warned him to keep quiet lest the people, hearing why he had come, should kill him. Then Eusebius left the city on foot, under cover of darkness, in order to protect the messenger from harm. Upon the death of Valens, Eusebius returned to from exile and traveled throughout Syria (though he was now a very old man), appointing priests and bishops known for their Orthodoxy. About 380, as he was entering a village to enthrone a bishop, an Arian woman threw a tile at him from a rooftop, fracturing his skull. As he lay dying, he made all the bystanders swear not to take any revenge.   Saint Gregory the Theologian corresponded with Eusebius, and esteemed him so highly that in a letter to him he wrote, 'That such a man should deign to be my patron also in his prayers will gain for me, I am persuaded, as much strength as I should have gained through one of the holy martyrs.'

    Ancient Faith Today Live
    Holy Confession: Healing our Hearts

    Ancient Faith Today Live

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 70:19


    Fr. Thomas welcomes Fr. Paul Jannakos to talk about the sacrament of Confession. What is the purpose of Confession? Do we have to confess to a priest? How can we prepare properly to make our confession meaningful?

    Sermons at St. Nicholas
    A Call to Discipleship

    Sermons at St. Nicholas

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 23:57


    On the Sunday of All Saints, Fr. Tom reminds us that our sainthood can only be achieved through dying to the world and pursuing a life of true discipleship in the bosom of the Church.

    The Lord of Spirits
    Pantheon and Pandemonium IV Asynchronous June 2022 Q&A

    The Lord of Spirits

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 174:23


    In this pre-recorded episode, Fr. Stephen De Young and Fr. Andrew Stephen Damick answer your recorded questions! They cover such topics as nakedness in Genesis, cannibalism and the Eucharist, women's ministry in the Church, transgenderism, and even the curse of the Black Tongue. Tune in for a wild array of Q&A

    Winsome Conviction
    Hospitable Orthodoxy, Part 3

    Winsome Conviction

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 27:20


    Tim and Rick have been discussing the practice of hospitable orthodoxy with Dr. Karen Swallow Prior. In this episode, Dr. Prior shares how reading the Great Books have helped her to cultivate a posture of hospitable orthodoxy to those with whom she disagrees. They also dig into the connection between empathy and reading broadly and how reading helps us with the virtues. This is part 3 of a 3-part conversation with Dr. Karen Swallow Prior.

    Turley Talks
    Ep. 1013 Russian Orthodox Church SANCTIONED as Rightwing Converts SURGE!!!

    Turley Talks

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 11:12


    Highlights:     “It's being widely reported the United  Kingdom has targeted Patriarch Kirill, the leader of the Russian Orthodox Church in their latest  rounds of sanctions in response to Russia's invasion of Ukraine, or what Russian officials call their  'special military operation'.”“What others are noticing is that these sanctions seem to go beyond simply Patriarch Kirill's support for the military operation. Others are seeing a more sinister attack on the Orthodox Church itself, precisely because the Church has seen of late a massive surge in what NPR calls far-right converts.”“The sanctions imposed by the UK recognize, again however tacitly, just how political the church is, in this case, the Russian Orthodox Church, and it recognizes just how religious the state is, in this case, the Russian state. The fact that sanctions are being imposed indiscriminately regardless of whether you're a member of the church or the state demonstrates just how much these two institutions have begun to align themselves with one another, especially over the last 20 years!Timestamps:      [01:33] Britain's sanction on Patriarch Kirill[03:06] Why so many conservatives are converting to Orthodoxy[06:40] How this sanction indicates a massive trend going on all over the worldResources:  Learn how to protect your life savings from inflation and an irresponsible government, with Gold and Silver. Go to http://www.turleytalkslikesgold.comRegister HERE for our EARLY BIRD SPECIAL: https://conferences.turleytalks.com/Support this channel. Get Your Brand-New PATRIOT T-Shirts and Merch Here: https://store.turleytalks.com/Get your own MyPillow here. Enter my code TURLEY at checkout to get a DISCOUNT: https://www.mypillow.com/turleyEp. 841 Jordan Peterson Teaches Joe Rogan about the Cross!Get your ticket for the premiere of our new movie “The Return of the American Patriot: The Rise of Pennsylvania” with early bird pricing here: https://turleyproductionspremiere.ticketspice.com/ticketsIt's time to CHANGE AMERICA and Here's YOUR OPPORTUNITY To Do Just That! https://change.turleytalks.com/Become a Turley Talks Insiders Club Member and get your first week FREE!!: https://insidersclub.turleytalks.com/welcomeFight Back Against Big Tech Censorship! Sign-up here to discover Dr. Steve's different social media options …. but without censorship! https://www.turleytalks.com/en/alternative-media.com Thank you for taking the time to listen to this episode.  If you enjoyed this episode, please subscribe and/or leave a review.Do you want to be a part of the podcast and be our sponsor? Click here to partner with us and defy liberal culture!If you would like to get lots of articles on conservative trends make sure to sign-up for the 'New Conservative Age Rising' Email Alerts. 

    Reason and Theology Show – Reason and Theology
    John MacArthur's Anti-Catholic Biases

    Reason and Theology Show – Reason and Theology

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022


    John MacArthur’s Anti-Catholic Biases Michael Lofton reviews John MacArthur’s anti-Catholic views about the papacy. The video reviewed may be found here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bKkQxhlcEBU&list=PL_hX1yntQEcGeZ23jr0dnrnfoEbAM0W2G&t=3005s

    Reason and Theology Show – Reason and Theology
    The History of the Byzantine Liturgy w/ Fr. Dcn. Jeff Mierzejewski

    Reason and Theology Show – Reason and Theology

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022


    The History of the Byzantine Liturgy w/ Fr. Dcn. Jeff Mierzejewski Fr. Dcn. Jeff Mierzejewski from the Metropolitan Cantor Institute makes his debut on R&T to discuss the history of the Byzantine liturgy. For more information about the MCI, visit: https://mci.archpitt.org/

    Philokalia Ministries
    The Ladder of Divine Ascent - Chapter III: On Exile, Part IV

    Philokalia Ministries

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 69:19


    We continued our reading of step three on Exile. As with so many things said within the Ladder of Divine Ascent, the words of Saint John are jarring. It is not because John seeks to be abrasive or provocative; rather he is presenting us with the Gospel through the lens of the monastic vocation. It is God who embraced exile in the greatest sense through the incarnation. Christ, out of love for the Father  and His will and out of love for us, exiles himself into the depths of humanity and of our sin in order to raise us to new life. Our exile is simply a response to this great gift of love and sacrifice on our behalf. We freely choose to exile ourselves from the things that pulls away from fulfilling the will of God or loving Him unconditionally not because of any hatred for the world or the things of the world. It is the desire for God that guides and shapes our ascetical life and our spiritual disciplines. Outside of the love of God they lack meaning. They are to be a response of humble gratitude for what God has given to us. --- Text of chat during the group: 00:15:53 Cindy Moran: I have no audio   00:22:06 Anthony: I think I finally get your admonishment to read things in context. He can't be talking about withdrawing from a family like St. Basil's 3 generations living in harmony family life and monastic life.   00:34:10 Rachel: Like the ghetto in Sacramento. lol   00:34:29 B K-LEB: this teaching is too hard............   00:34:35 Erick chastain: moved to texas   00:34:45 Erick chastain: God's country   00:34:45 Daniel Allen: I would add that it starts at home with the family   00:34:53 Bonnie Lewis: Wait a minute.  I   00:35:06 Bonnie Lewis: I'm in Texas   00:35:12 Edward Kleinguetl: Welcome to Texas.  I live in Houston, although moving to Toronto in six weeks.   00:36:04 Daniel Allen: Can't flee to a place and expect everything to be somehow better. There isn't a real chance to run to something if you don't have it with you first. Like St Seraphim of Sarov, acquire the spirit of peace.   00:37:19 Erick chastain: thanks deacon Ed!   00:37:42 Erick chastain: agreed Daniel.   00:38:21 Joseph Caro: I wonder if this fleeing into the desert (in the literal, monkish, sense) is becoming increasingly next to impossible for our current western civilization without first a radical severance from cell phones, internet, Facebook, etc. And I am wondering if even the secondary more modest type of detachment can be fully done without first tempering our use of media, internet, etc.. . I don't know though, just my first impression.   00:38:21 Erick chastain: I moved to Texas to work at a catholic university and live near the daily latin mass.   00:38:59 Anthony: Joseph - so much data DOES impede contemplation.   00:39:20 B K-LEB: i agree with you Joseph the internet is an endless void   00:39:36 Edward Kleinguetl: Amen!   00:39:58 Carol Nypaver:

    Reason and Theology Show – Reason and Theology
    Reviewing John MacArthur's Distortion of the Mass

    Reason and Theology Show – Reason and Theology

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022


    Reviewing John MacArthur’s Distortion of the Mass Michael Lofton reviews John MacArthur’s assessment of the Catholic Mass, as found in his video critique here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?t=2216&v=eHQAK4ySw2I&feature=youtu.be

    Reason and Theology Show – Reason and Theology
    Response to Justin Peters and Mike Gendron on Catholicism

    Reason and Theology Show – Reason and Theology

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022


    Response to Justin Peters and Mike Gendron on Catholicism MIchael Lofton and Bryan Mercier (Catholic Truth) review a video by Justin Peters and Mike Gendron who attempt to critique Catholicism. The original video reviewed may be found here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Nl05tTc6Bm8&t=802s

    Reason and Theology Show – Reason and Theology
    Are Catholics Just as Divided as Protestants?

    Reason and Theology Show – Reason and Theology

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022


    Are Catholics Just as Divided as Protestants? Michael Lofton answers why Catholics are not as divided as Protestants are.

    Reason and Theology Show – Reason and Theology
    From Mocking Jesus to Worshipping Him / Jeff Shott

    Reason and Theology Show – Reason and Theology

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022


    From Mocking Jesus to Worshipping Him / Jeff Shott Jeff’s article with the Coming Home Network: https://chnetwork.org/story/from-mocking-jesus-to-worshipping-him/

    Postmodern Realities Podcast - Christian Research Journal
    Postmodern Realities Episode 292 What Has Athens to do With America? A Case for Cultural Apologeticsno

    Postmodern Realities Podcast - Christian Research Journal

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 59:58


    In a culture consumed by consumerism in the age of globalization, the Christian who seeks to make a case for his or her dependency on an old rugged cross and an empty tomb must compensate for the lack of “common ground” between the believer and the unbeliever. Because of the secularization of the culture and the dwindling of the Christian mind, there are now few epistemological topics on which the believer and the unbeliever can converse without talking past each other simply because their categories of thought are vastly different; in fact, it was Blamires's fear that many Christians, hoping to woo the culture, might end up unwittingly borrowing more from secular categories of thought than biblical ones. The secularization of the Christian mind proves to be one of the biggest hurdles to clear when it comes to modern apologetics. Not only is the apologist seeking to build a rational defense of the faith, but now must also contend with the fact that much of the zeitgeist has shed itself of the more traditional categories of thought that would allow for natural inroads into conversations about that faith. Ironically enough, the real merit of being a culturally aware apologist can be seen (at least in principle) in Scripture. Consider the oft-discussed instance in Acts 17, wherein the apostle Paul visits Athens and finds within an altar to an “unknown god” the opportunity to preach the gospel to the Athenians in the Areopagus. He quite literally exegetes the culture of Athens in the first century and concludes, “Men of Athens, I see that you are very religious in all respects” (Acts 17:22ff) and manages to leverage their interest in religious affairs to steer the conversation to Yahweh and His messiah. In a sense, cultural apologetics is one of the oldest methods, used to some degree by at least one of the apostles. Evidence-based apologetical methods, while certainly having merit, especially in the twentieth century, arose more as a response to an increasingly secularized culture that worshipped at the altar of science and swore by the scientific method and philosophies such as empiricism.This Postmodern Realities episode is a conversation with JOURNAL contributing writer Cole Burgett about his online exclusive article “What Has Athens to do With America? A Case for Cultural Apologetics.” Coming soon! Check back here and at our article archive page.Locked articles are online exclusive content that are only available to subscribers. There are three subscription options to access our online exclusive content.1. Subscribe ($33.50) to the print edition of the Christian Research Journal which includes all online exclusive content.2. 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These resources include our ever growing database of over 1,500 articles, as well as our free Postmodern Realities podcast.Another way you can support our online articles is by leaving us a tip. A tip is just a small amount, like $3, $5, or $10 which is the cost for some of a latte, lunch out, or coffee drink. To leave a tip, click hereRelated resources you may be interest in:Orthodoxy by G.K. ChestertonCultural Apologetics: Book and DVD Video LecturesOther related articles and Postmodern Realities podcastsEpisode 037: Choose Your Own Enchantment: Freedom and Conscience in What We WatchChoose Your Own Enchantment: Freedom and Conscience in What We WatchEpisode 068: Something Made: The Role of Form in ApologeticsSomething Made : The Role of Form in Apologetics (how to present ideas in words)Your Word is a Lamp to My Feet: Metaphor and the Work of the ApologistNote the below podcast and article are drawn from principles Paul Gould uses in the Cultural Apologetics book mentioned above:Episode 124 Conscience, Justice, Morality and the College Admissions ScandalConscience, Justice, Morality and the College Admissions ScandalDon't miss an episode; please subscribe to the Postmodern Realities podcast wherever you get your favorite podcasts. Please help spread the word about Postmodern Realities by giving us a rating and review when you subscribe to the podcast. 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    Ancient Faith Today Live
    Welcoming Gifts

    Ancient Faith Today Live

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 63:33


    Fr. Thomas welcomes Fr. Jeremy Davis, author of the new book Welcoming Gifts, to discuss the meaning of sacrifice in the Bible, the purpose of Christ's sacrifice, and what the sacrifice means for us today.

    Death To Tyrants Podcast
    Ep. 213: The Last True Rebellion, with Justin Marler

    Death To Tyrants Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 67:23


    I am honored to have Justin Marler on with me this week. Justin is one of the first members of the band Sleep, as well as the creator of the 'zine "Death to the World". DTTW was an Orthodox Christian handmade magazine with a metal/punk rock aesthetic that Justin created when he was a Monk at the St. Herman's of Alaska Orthodox Monastery in Platina, CA. Justin came of age in the Bay Area punk rock scene, living with guys from Green Day and Rancid in a club/warehouse in the East Bay. They were a brotherhood united in rebelling against the norms and ways of the modern world... that was until he noticed that he was still longing for something more fulfilling and less nihilistic. He happened to meet an Orthodox Christian nun who introduced him to Orthodoxy, and his world was forever changed. He became a Monk for seven years and lived what he realized was actually the last true rebellion. We discuss this unique journey, his book, his 'zines, his music, and more. For more of Justin's writings, go here: To find out about "Death to the World", go here: Sponsors: Liberty Tree Podcast ( ) & Apparel ( ): Use promo code CounterflowWithBuckJohnson for 10% off your order! Expat Money Summit: - Register for FREE! Paloma Verde CBD ( ): Enter code BUCK at checkout for 25% off any purchase over $75! ...and join their mailing list for an additional 10% off! Visit my website: Donate to the show here: Audio Production by Podsworth Media: Leave us a review and rating on iTunes! Thanks!

    Sermons at St. Nicholas
    Dead Religion

    Sermons at St. Nicholas

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 17:28


    As we celebrate Pentecost, Fr. Tom discusses what "dead religion" really is - ritual and form devoid of power. The descent of the Holy Spirit allows us to partake of the world-changing power of Christ but only if we thirst for it, only if we draw deeply from the well of the Church.

    Orthodox Wisdom
    Papism as the Oldest Protestantism - St. Justin Popović

    Orthodox Wisdom

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 45:55


    “In writing this, we are not writing either the history of Europe, of its virtues and faults, or the history of the European pseudo-Churches. We are simply setting forth the entirety of their ontology, penetrating to the heart of European conceit, its demonic underground, where its dark sources lie and with whose waters it threatens to poison the world. This is no passing of judgment on Europe, but a wholehearted and prayerful call to the only way to salvation: through repentance.” St. Justin Popović (+1979), the great twentieth century theologian of Serbia, masterfully expounds upon the nature of protestantism, both its papal and reformed varieties, refining and preserving the dogmatic conscience of his disciples and students. Some of what St. Justin says may be shocking, but as disciples of Christ we must run to the saints, those saints the Church has glorified and recognized as authentic teachers of the Faith. St. Justin is a theologian par excellence. The meaning of Theanthropic: divine (in Greek theos = God) and human (in Greek anthropos = man); the Theanthropos = the God-Man, i.e. Jesus Christ, the incarnate Son of God. “The supreme rule of the Orthodox philosophy of society is: We must not adapt Christ the Theanthropos to the spirit of the times, but adapt the spirit of the times to Christ's eternity, Christ's theanthropy.” “Various pseudo-Christian humanisms fill the world with books, but Orthodoxy fills it with saints.” “However, the tragedy of western Christendom consists precisely in its having attempted, whether by revising the image of the Theanthropos or denying Him, to reintroduce the demonised humanism that is characteristic of sinful human nature into the heart of the very theanthropic organism, the Church, the purpose of which is to liberate from it; and through the Church into all spheres of life, by pronouncing it to be a dogma, a universal dogma. Man's demonised pride, under the auspices of the Church, in that way becomes a dogma of faith without which there is no salvation. It is terrible even to contemplate, let alone say, that in this way the only 'workshop of salvation' and theanthropisation in this world is gradually being transformed into a demonised 'workshop' of violence against the conscience and of dehumanisation, a workshop of the disfigurement of God and man through the disfigurement of the Theanthropos.” The text is from “The Orthodox Church and Ecumenism,” pages 119-126, 142-154. The first half of this text: http://orthodoxinfo.com/inquirers/pap... The second half is found in “The Orthodox Church and Ecumenism”: https://lazarica.co.uk/bookshop/ For extra information about the divisions between sections in this episode, please go to the YouTube upload at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6xXm1PfcQUw&ab_channel=OrthodoxWisdom. Glory to Jesus Christ! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/orthodox-wisdom/message

    18Forty Podcast
    Jeff Bloom: Some Guy Wrote a Book about Jewish Theology [Rationality 1/4]

    18Forty Podcast

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 94:42


    In this episode of the 18Forty Podcast, we talk to Jeff Bloom about the assumptions that Orthodox Judaism makes about ideology, and how we ground our faith even if we don't have irrefutable evidence.Jeff is some guy who is a lot more than just some guy. Jeff unpacks Leo Strauss's defense of Orthodoxy and explains how our personal life stories dictate how we see the world. - Why have we designed a system in which we don't rummage around assumptions?- How do we read the Bible in an Orthodox lens?- Is Orthodoxy merely a warm infrastructure or is it a rationally grounded approach to life?Tune in to hear a conversation about intellectual authenticity and the axioms of belief. Interview begins at 14:25Jeffrey Bloom is a graduate of the University of Chicago. After college, he studied in a number of Orthodox yeshivot in Israel and now lives with his wife and family in New Jersey. He works as an analyst at a hedge fund and is the co-editor of Strauss, Spinoza & Sinai: Orthodox Judaism and Modern Questions of Faith. To get an entry point into Jeff's thinking, read his thoughtful introduction or conclusion to his book, and while you are there, check out Jeremy Kagan's thought-provoking article on the history of rational thinking.References:18Forty - Samuel Lebens: The Line Between Rationality and Mysticism18Forty - Zohar Atkins: Between Philosophy and Torah18Forty - Simi Peters: Building New Faith Foundations18Forty - Shmuel Phillips: Reclaiming Judaism18Forty - Anxiety and Rationality: A Personal Anonymous AccountStrauss, Spinoza & Sinai: Orthodox Judaism and Modern Questions of Faith edited by Jeffery Bloom, Alec Goldstein & Gil StudentJudaism Straight Up by Moshe Koppel“Children of Skeptics” by Thomas MerrillApples of Gold in Pictures of Silver: Honoring the Work of Leon R. Kass edited by Yuval Levin, Thomas W. Merrill and Adam Schulman18Forty - Agnes Callard: A Philosophy of Change“An Argument for Businessmen” by Shalom CarmyPermission to Believe: Four Rational Approaches to God's Existence by Lawrence KelemenPermission to Receive by Lawrence KelemenReason To Believe: Rational Explanations of Orthodox Jewish Faith by Chaim Jachter Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy by John le CarréAni Maamin: Biblical Criticism, Historical Truth, and the Thirteen Principles of Faith by Joshua BermanThe Beginning of Wisdom: Reading Genesis by Leon KassFounding God's Nation: Reading Exodus by Leon KassThe Revelation at Sinai: What Does “Torah from Heaven” Mean? by Gil Student and Yoram HazonyJewish Self: Recovering Spirituality in the Modern World by Jeremy KaganThe Choice to Be: A Jewish Path to Self and Spirituality by Jeremy KaganThe Intellect and the Exodus: Authentic Emuna for a Complex Age by Jeremy Kagan“The Nature and Pursuit of Truth in Different Cultural Context” by Jeremy KaganThe book of Daniel

    Saint of the Day
    St Methodios, Patriarch of Constantinople (847)

    Saint of the Day

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 1:37


    He was born to wealthy parents in Syracuse of Sicily. He entered monastic life and in time became a priest in the service of Patriarch Nikephoros. Because of his great and well-known zeal for the holy icons, he was cruelly persecuted by a succession of iconoclast emperors. Around 815, he was sent as an ambassador to Rome on behalf of the Patriarch, who had been exiled by the Emperor Leo the Armenian. When he returned to Constantinople upon Leo's death, he was immediately exiled and imprisoned by Leo's successor, Michael the Stutterer. Upon Michael's death he was freed for a short time, but soon the Emperor Theophilus had him exiled to an island where, says the Prologue, "he spent seven years in prison with two common robbers, in damp conditions, without light and without sufficient food, as if in a grave." When the pious Empress Theodora restored the Empire to Orthodoxy, he was freed and elevated to Patriarch of Constantinople. On the Sunday of Orthodoxy, we commemorate the restoration of the Holy Icons by Theodora and Methodios. Despite many attacks by heretics while he was Patriarch, he served faithfully and reposed in peace.

    OrthoAnalytika
    Why We Need a Council - A Candid Conversation

    OrthoAnalytika

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2022 83:33


    Fr. Anthony talks to Fr. Harry about his recent trip to Egypt, Russia's invasion of Ukraine, the challenge of Orthodoxy after Communism, and the desperate need for a pan-Orthodox Council.  

    Orthodoxy Live
    June 12, 2022

    Orthodoxy Live

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2022 62:35


    Fr. Evan is back after a bout with covid. He took a question about our Lord's descent into Hades, got an update on a missionary project in Ecuador, addressed an email question about the role of the sun, moon, and stars on our lives as Christians, and took a call from a listener inquiry about the word "mystery".

    PBFCKS
    PBF Episode #101 Fr. Turbo Qualls, Doc, & R1O - Orthodoxy 101

    PBFCKS

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 10, 2022 89:12


    Fr. Turbo Qualls joins to discuss his background and some basics of Orthodox Christianity.

    The Lord of Spirits
    Delivered by Angels

    The Lord of Spirits

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 10, 2022 194:55


    How exactly does textual authority function within the Church? Whether discussing the Scriptures, the Apocrypha, the Church Fathers, the Ecumenical Councils, or the liturgical tradition, the Orthodox Church is awash in texts. How are they properly used? What about misuse? What makes them authoritative? Join Fr. Andrew Stephen Damick and Fr. Stephen De Young as they look at the Orthodox tradition of textual authority.

    In A Certain Kingdom
    The Three Sons Serbian

    In A Certain Kingdom

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 9, 2022 20:46


    When a mysterious old woman visits the house of three brothers, unexpected gifts begin to abound. But the greatest gift is sometimes the smallest, least expected thing... In the analysis section, Deacon Nicholas continues his examination of the poetry of St Gregory the Theologian and finds some unexpected insight in a poem... about poetry.

    Haaretz Weekly
    Israel's political crisis is far from over – and getting worse

    Haaretz Weekly

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 9, 2022 35:11


    Haaretz Weekend host Allison Kaplan Sommer and Haaretz English Deputy Editor Amir Tibon review the turbulent Israeli political scene after Prime Minister Naftali Bennett's embattled governing coalition failed to pass a contentious West Bank bill this week – and ask if this could be the death knell for the anti-Netanyahu "change government." Later on the show, Prof. Joshua Shanes joins the podcast to discuss changes in ultra-Orthodoxy – a community that will soon represent a fifth of all U.S. Jews, their affinity for Donald Trump and his camp, and the activism that emerged during the pandemic.  Shanes, who directs the Arnold Center for Israel Studies at the College of Charleston, also talks about the antisemitism panel he attended during a recent visit to Jerusalem. He was “shocked and scared” to hear former Israeli ambassador to the U.S. Ron Dermer – a confidant of Benjamin Netanyahu – use “violent language” that sounded “straight out of Kahane.” See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    The World and Everything In It
    6.9.22 Alliances in Asia, gas prices, and Biblical orthodoxy

    The World and Everything In It

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 9, 2022 32:00


    Josh Schumacher reports on the thawing relations between South Korea and Japan; Paul Butler talks to Jack Spencer about skyrocketing gas prices; and Zoe Schimke reports on the debate in the Christian Reformed Church over homosexuality. Plus: commentary from Cal Thomas, a sharp rendition of the Star Spangled Banner, and the Thursday morning news.Support The World and Everything in It today at wng.org/donate. Additional support comes from Heart of Dakota, providing Christ-centered, literature-based homeschool curriculum. Featuring open-and-go daily plans, engaging books, and fun activities with God's Word at the heart, our award-winning curriculum will take you all the way from preschool through high school. With Heart of Dakota, you'll love learning again! More at heartofdakota.com. And from Ambassadors Impact Network, providing growth financing for companies led by CEOs and management teams who are disciple makers and evangelists. More at ambassadorsimpact.comEmmaus Bible College prepares students to impact the world for Christ. In addition to Bible and Theology, we offer a broad range of high demand academic programs, including Computer Science, Business, Teacher Education, and many more. Find Christ-centered education, uncompromised biblical teaching, and valuable professional degrees in a college community that encourages your spiritual growth. Learn more at emmaus.edu.

    Reason and Theology Show – Reason and Theology
    John MacArthur Responds to Evangelicals Becoming Catholics

    Reason and Theology Show – Reason and Theology

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 8, 2022


    John MacArthur Responds to Evangelicals Becoming Catholics Michael Lofton responds to John MacArthur’s comments on Evangelicals becoming Catholics. The original video may be found here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DrLvwB2CYwo