Tag: John of Damascus

Why Should Orthodoxy Remain Public in Coronavirus Times?<span class='secondary-title'>Reflections in the Aftermath of an Unprecedented Easter</span>
Church Life and Pastoral Care, Ecclesiology, Liturgical Life

Why Should Orthodoxy Remain Public in Coronavirus Times?Reflections in the Aftermath of an Unprecedented Easter

by Panagiotis G. Pavlos As a Greek Orthodox living in the Western world and experiencing this new “Corona era,” one feels that Orthodoxy needs to decide today, globally and locally, on the following: to what extent do we, as Orthodox Christians, truly believe that Christ is the Son of God, the Son of Man? For…

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Orthodox Christianity: Offering Material Piety to Twenty-first Century America
Orthodoxy and Modernity, Public Life

Orthodox Christianity: Offering Material Piety to Twenty-first Century America

by Carrie Frederick Frost Material piety was central to the early Church and it flourishes to this day within Orthodox Christianity. That Christians would love the material, created world makes perfect sense—their God took on matter in order to appear in the world of His creation. And early Christians understood that their path to God…

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