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Orthodox Scholars Preach

Sunday of St. Gregory Palamas. Sermon by V. Rev. Dr. Andrei Kordochkin

Published on: March 10, 2023
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  • Very Rev. Dr. Andrei Kordochkin

    Very Rev. Dr. Andrei Kordochkin

    Priest at St. Mary Magdalene Russian Orthodox Church (Madrid, Spain)

    Fr. Andrei Kordochkin has been a Russian Orthodox priest since 2002 and holds a PhD from the University of Durham, where he specialized in patristics. He also has an interest in church-state relations and has published the book Render unto Caesar What Is Caesar's? Is a Christian Obliged to be a Patr...

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