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Orthodox Scholars Preach

Sunday of the Publican and Pharisee. Sermon by Rev. Dcn. Perry Hamalis

Published on: February 3, 2023
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Part of the 2023 Lenten series Orthodox Scholars Preach. Each week from Triodion through Pascha, the OCSC releases a 10-minute video featuring sermons by different Orthodox Christian scholars. The series provides a platform for Orthodox scholars to draw on their academic expertise while reflecting on the spiritual themes of the liturgical calendar.

The sermon for Sunday of the Publican and Pharisee is given by Rev. Dcn. Perry Hamalis, PhD.

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  • Perry Hamalis

    Perry Hamalis

    Cecelia Schneller Mueller Professor of Religion at North Central College, Naperville, IL

    Rev. Dr. Perry Hamalis is Cecelia Schneller Mueller Professor of Religion at North Central College (Naperville, IL). In 2015-16, he was a Fulbright Senior Fellow and Underwood Visiting Professor at Yonsei University (Seoul). A deacon of the Orthodox Metropolis of Korea, he teaches, writes, and lectu...

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