This video aims to answer two main questions that are at the heart of the logical explanation of the incarnation: What does it mean for God to be “invisible”, “immaterial”, “infinite” etc. and whether it is shameful for
The Scriptures, the works of the Early Church Fathers, and the liturgical texts of the Church, all attest to the fact that the Ancient Church did not teach that Christ’s Incarnation was intended to be a propitiation of
For the Orthodox Theophany is known as the Feast of the waters. Water is one of these special things that God has given us. Water when blessed retains the blessing. It retains the the action of God’s grace.
Those of us who observe the Julian Calendar are now about to complete the Nativity Fast. Having abstained from meat, eggs, dairy products, anger, envy and other habits, for the sake of promoting the discipline of the soul,
In both the Gospels of St. Luke and St. Matthew, we’re presented with the genealogy of Christ, that long list of names, giving the ancestors leading all the way up to St. Joseph and St. Mary the Theotokos.
Unlike angels, who are entirely spiritual beings, God has made each of us as creatures dwelling in a material world. To be whole, we must worship God both in body and soul. This teaching is central to our