The Book of Love by Father Theodore Stylianopoulos The Bible is a story of love. It tells about how God expressed His overflowing love through the creation of this magnificent universe and all life in it. It tells about how God blesses, sustains, teaches, corrects, redeems and leads persons to His Kingdom [...]
by Bishop Kallistos Ware
Part 1 of a talk given by Father Thomas Hopko at a Lenten retreat for the Council of Orthodox Christian Churches on the Niagara Frontier on March 15, 2008 at the St. Stephen Serbian Orthodox Church in Lackawanna, NY.
Part 2 of a talk given by Father Thomas Hopko at a Lenten retreat on March 15, 2008, at the St. Stephen Serbian Orthodox Church in Lackawanna, NY.
A talk given by Father Thomas Hopko at the Sunday of Orthodoxy Vespers on March 16, 2008, at Hellenic Orthodox Church of the Annunciation in Buffalo, NY.
Father Thomas Hopko responds to some email questions he received after his recent episode entitled "How to Read the Bible." In particular he talks about reading the Old Testament and explains the role of the Septuagint in the Church.
Looking for an inspiring book to read during Lent? Try the Bible! Father Thomas Hopko specifically recommends certain books of the Bible during this season.
When he travelled, Father Thomas Hopko was often asked to say some things on the radio about how to read the Bible. Where do you start? What translation does he recommend? What presuppositions should be discarded and what should be maintained? In this new episode, Fr. Tom addresses each of these questions and more.
Everything Is Like an Ocean: On the Essential Role of the Saints by Fr. John OliverThere is a scene in The Brothers Karamazov - the novel by the 19th century Russian writer Fyodor Dostoevsky - that features a long and thoughtful speech by the elderly monk Zossima, who is nearing the end of his life. [...]