From the journal of a fourth-century western European nun on pilgrimage in Jerusalem.
Saint Melito, 2nd-century bishop of Sardis, proclaims Mystery of the Passover in light of the Gospel.
An example of the sort of preaching that converted the Alaskans – translated from the original Aleut.
This lecture by Bishop Irenei (Steenberg) was recorded on March 21, 2017
There are passages in scripture that are certainly recorded by inspiration that are nevertheless not words of God, but which were not spoken by any godly inspiration. For example, “Curse God and die!” “What are you willing to give me if I deliver Him to you?” or “Command these stones to become bread.” That last, for instance, is explicitly called the word of Satan, and not of God. In the weeks leading up to Lent, the Orthodox Church...