Tag Archives: Orthodoxy

Monasticism and Profound humility

In Paradise, man was in communion with God and God was life and security for him.  Disobedience and the falling into sin disrupted this life giving union with God.  And thus death entered the life of men with devastating consequences. … Continue reading

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Love your enemies

Love of enemies For St. Silouan, this true compassionate, Christlike love for all mankind leads the believer to grieve for the salvation of every human person, just as he were grieving for his own salvation. St. Silouan’s fervent desire for … Continue reading

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Resurrection Factor – Josh McDowell

An unbeliever turned into one of the greatest apologetic. Videos  

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When Men Forsake God, Tyranny always Follows

April 3, 2013 By Fr. John Peck by Chris Banescu Sic semper tyrannis. “But if I were asked today to formulate as concisely as possible the main cause of the ruinous Revolution that swallowed up some sixty million of our people, I … Continue reading

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Mental Health

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The effects of prayer is miraculous

To many people the monk seems remote and unsociable.  It seems that he is concerned with his own soul and that he offers nothing to the Church or to the world.  That is not the case.  If the Church has … Continue reading

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Conscious, subconscious, unconscious

The soul is multilayered:  Conscious, subconscious, unconscious Either we want it or not, because of the original sin, because of our falls and of the guile that entered man, he folds his soul in two –hides his soul. Ultimately, to … Continue reading

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