Old Testament

SPEECH OF H.H.B. THE PATRIARCH OF JERUSALEM THEOPHILOS AT THE OPENING RECEPTION OF THE ORTHODOX-JEWISH DIALOGUE

December 7, 2017 Featured

Jerusalem Patriarchate  – 7/12/17 Some thoughts on the religious and spiritual character of Jerusalem Your All-Holiness, Respected Members of this Dialogue, Dear Friends, We greet you in the pace of Jerusalem. We thank you for this opportunity to address this gathering, and we are deeply encouraged by this initiative. We must explore every avenue to […]

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ST.GEORGE’S MONASTERY IN THE WILDERNESS OF JUDEA

September 4, 2017 Featured
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Patriarchate of Jerusalem  – Heba Hrimat – 4/9/17 The extra ordinary Monastery of St George, which can be seen hanging on a cliff and tightly embraced within the ancient rocks of the deep valley of “Wadi Qelt” [Wadi: Arabic for valley] in the Judean desert, happens to be not only one of the world’s oldest Monasteries, but […]

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The significance of the Lord’s Transfiguration

August 21, 2017 Featured
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Church of Serbia – August 2017 Forty days before He was delivered to an ignominious death for our sins, our Lord revealed to three of His disciples the glory of His Divinity. “And after six days Jesus taketh Peter, James, and John his brother and bringeth them up into a high mountain apart; and was […]

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The depiction of the Holy Trinity

May 15, 2017 Featured
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OODGER- Fr. Panayiotis Vardouniotis – Euxh.gr – May 2017 Hagiography is not any ordinary drawing; it is a portrayal that contains theology. The hagiographer expresses theology from within the image. So, let’s see what the hagiography of “Abraham’s Hospitality” teaches us: According to the narration of chapter 18 of the Book of Genesis, Abraham – who was […]

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Serbian Patriarchal Pascha Encyclical 2017

April 15, 2017 Featured

Church of Serbia – 15/4/17 The Serbian Orthodox Church to her spiritual children at Pascha, 2017 +IRINEJ By the Grace of God Orthodox Archbishop of Pec, Metropolitan of Belgrade Karlovci and Serbian Patriarch, with all the Hierarchs of the Serbian Orthodox Church to all the clergy, monastics, and all the sons and daughters of our […]

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“Be like Living Stones” – Syriac Patriarchal Encyclical of the Great Lent 2017

February 26, 2017 Featured
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Syriac Orthodox Patriarchate – 26/2/17 IN THE NAME OF THE SELF-EXISTENCE SEMPITERNAL OF NECESSARY EXISTENCE THE ALMIGHTY – IGNATIUS PATRIARCH OF THE HOLY SEE OF ANTIOCH AND ALL THE EAST – SUPREME HEAD OF THE UNIVERSAL SYRIAN ORTHODOX CHURCH IN THE WORLD APHREM II We extend our apostolic benediction, benevolent prayers and greetings to our brethren, […]

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Patriarch Daniel: The Three Holy Hierarchs are models of spiritual pastors

February 2, 2017 Featured News
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Aurelian Iftimiu – Basilica News Agency – 2/2/17 The Three Holy Hierarchs are models of spiritual pastors who combine faith with culture, piety with the missionary work of the Church, the Patriarch of Romania said Sunday. Patriarch Daniel delivered a homily focusing on the main virtues of the Three Holy Hierarchs celebrated Jan. 30 by the […]

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Annual Feast of Archangel Saint Michael

November 23, 2016 Featured News
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Eotcmk.org – Kassa Nigus – November 2016 Saint Michael is one of the seven primary Arch angels, who is always standing besides God’s throne and is honored for defeating Devil at God’s command (Rev.12:7-9). His powerful and fastest aid has always been invoked by the Church in time of emergency and unusual danger. He is […]

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Hasho Service at Mor Jacoub Church in Jaramana

April 27, 2016 Featured News

Syriac Orthodox Patriarchate – 27/4/16 On the occasion of the Passion (Hasho) Week, His Holiness Patriarch Mor Ignatius Aphrem II presided over the prayer service of Tuesday Evening at Mor Jacoub Baradeus Church in Jaramana. The prayer was also attended by His Eminence Mor Timotheos Matta Al-Khoury, Patriarchal Vicar at the Patriarchal Archdiocese of Damascus, […]

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Role of Holy Scriptures in Orthodox Christian Life

March 11, 2015 Featured News

Carmel Apologetics  – March 2015 The Holy Scriptures play a pivotal role in an Orthodox Christian life. The Bible is the book of the Church. The Bible lives in the Church. Without the Church, there would be no Bible. We, therefore read Holy Scripture, not as isolated individuals, but as members of the Church. In order […]

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The Meeting of the Lord

February 16, 2015 Featured News

February 2015 According to the Law of Moses, all Hebrew parents must bring their first born son on the fortieth day after birth to the Temple to be consecrated to God. It was the custom to bring a sacrifice in thanksgiving to God. The law was established in remembrance of the exodus of the Hebrews […]

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From Baptist to Orthodox: My Journey of Faith

October 28, 2014 Featured News

Gabe Martini – October 2014 This interview was conducted between two friends—one formerly a Southern Baptist, the other—the interviewer—currently a member of that denomination. Brian Davidson and Gabe Martini both studied at the same Baptist seminary, where the interviewer now works as a Ph.D. candidate. Martini is now an Orthodox Christian, with his own blog on […]

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Feast of the Transfiguration of the Lord at the Romanian Patriarchate

August 13, 2014 Featured News

On 6 August 2014, the Orthodox Christians celebrate the Transfiguration of the Lord. His Beatitude Daniel, Patriarch of Romania celebrated the Divine Liturgy at the Patriarchal Cathedral of Bucharest, together with His Grace Varlaam Ploiesteanul, Assistant Bishop to the Patriarch and Secretary of the Holy Synod of the Romanian Orthodox Church. Jesus Christ is the […]

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The Annunciation to the Theotokos

March 26, 2014 Featured News

Metropolitan Hierotheos (Vlachos) of Nafpaktos – March 2014 The feast of the Annunciation of the Virgin Mary is a feast of the Lord and of the Theotokos. It is a feast of the Lord because Christ who was conceived in the womb of the Theotokos. It is a feast of the Theotokos because it refers […]

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Oxford University Press Releases Rev. Dr. Pentiuc’s The Old Testament in Eastern Orthodox Tradition

January 7, 2014 Featured News

7/1/14 Oxford University Press will release the latest book by Rev. Dr. Eugen J. Pentiuc, Professor of Old Testament and Hebrew at Holy Cross Greek Orthodox School of Theology, on January 9, 2014. The Old Testament in Eastern Orthodox Tradition provides a general overview and a detailed analysis of the primary ways in which the Old Testament has […]

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An orthodox view: A closer look at the Eastern Orthodox church in Normal

May 20, 2013 News

 By Kenneth Lowe klowe@pantagraph.com – 19/5/13 NORMAL — Ginny Bartges kissed one of the many holy icons at Holy Apostles Orthodox Church as she entered the chapel. Such prevalent icons are just one of the characteristics that distinguish the Orthodox church, which has had a building in Normal, at 1670 W. Hovey Ave., for a decade. […]

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Metropolitan Tikhon Enthroned as the Primate of Orthodox Church in America

January 28, 2013 Featured News

On Sunday, January 27, 2013, His Beatitude, the Most Blessed Tikhon, Archbishop of Washington, Metropolitan of All America and Canada, was enthroned at Saint Nicholas Cathedral in Washington, DC. In attendance at the Enthronement were members of the Orthodox Church in America’s Holy Synod of Bishops and guests representing several Orthodox Churches in North America […]

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Saint John The Baptist Is The Vigil State Of The Church Conscience

January 9, 2012 Featured News

Romanian Church On 7 January, the Orthodox faithful celebrate Saint Prophet John the Baptist. The history of the Church mentions him as the last prophet of the Old Testament. He baptised Jesus Christ, our Saviour, and told the world He was the much expected Messiah. In the sermon delivered at the historical chapel of the […]

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A New Look at the New Testament, by Jews, for Jews

November 25, 2011 News

By MARK OPPENHEIMER 25/11/2011 SAN FRANCISCO — As a little Jewish girl in North Dartmouth, Mass., Amy-Jill Levine loved Christianity. “I grew up in a neighborhood that was almost entirely Portuguese and Roman Catholic,” Dr. Levine said Sunday at her book party here during the annual American Academy of Religion conference. “My introduction to Christianity […]

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Bartholomew I: we will continue to dialogue with the Pope and Islam

December 22, 2010 Featured News

by NAT da Polis 12/21/2010 The Ecumenical Patriarch defends the choice of dialogue with Catholics, Jews and Muslims, despite criticisms from some sectors of Orthodox traditionalists. Ecology: “The environment, nature, are God’s creation and do not belong only to us who live today in 2010. They belong to all future generations. ” Istanbul (AsiaNews) – […]

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Researcher identifies second-oldest Ethiopian manuscript in existence in HMML’s Archives

December 17, 2010 Featured News

16/12/0201 Addis Ababa, December 16 (WIC) – Ted Erho, a doctoral student at Durham University in England, recently spent six weeks at HMML studying Ge’ez (classical Ethiopic) manuscripts, according to Hill Museum & Manuscript Library.Com. HMML’s microfilm and digital collections are the richest resource for the study of Ethiopian manuscripts in the world. Supported by […]

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