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My Top 5 Books on the Eastern Orthodox TraditionSubscriber Access Only
Bradley Nassif, shares his top books on the Orthodox Church and provides commentary for each.
The Starving Body of ChristSubscriber Access Only
We live in a world of vast economic injustice, crippling poverty, and wealthy churches. So did "golden-mothed" preacher John Chrysostom.
Trabajo aburrido: Bueno para el alma
No importa lo monótono, desapercibido, u ordinario que sea, nuestro trabajo puede transformarnos poderosamente haciéndonos semejantes a Cristo.
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Hummus and the Holy SpiritSubscriber Access Only
Like the popular Middle Eastern dish, our understanding of the Trinity relies on a delicate blend of ingredients. Did one small change to the Nicene Creed alter the recipe, or enhance the original?
The Reformation, Viewed from the EastSubscriber Access Only
An Eastern Orthodox theologian assesses Luther’s famous doctrine of ‘sola fide.’
Will the 21st Be the Orthodox Century?Subscriber Access Only
Fascination with the Great Tradition may signal deep changes for both evangelicals and the Orthodox.
The Poverty of LoveSubscriber Access Only
The desert fathers and mothers would know instantly why our gospel is too small.
Kissers and SmashersSubscriber Access Only
Why the Orthodox killed one another over icons.
Orthodoxy, ExplainedSubscriber Access Only
How did the church come to understand Christ as fully God and fully man? Stephen Need is an excellent tour guide to the early church councils that debated the core issues of Christian faith.
A Marriage Made in ByzantiumSubscriber Access Only
When it came to determining doctrine, there were limits to an emperor's power.
Boring Work: Good for the SoulSubscriber Access Only
No matter how monotonous, unseen, or ordinary, our jobs can powerfully transform us into Christlikeness.
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