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Judas’ Profile in the Psalms: Meditation on the Holy Wednesday

The most evocative component of the episodes of Christ’s suffering is perhaps the ambivalence of the incident of betrayal. At once we witness the valleys and the peaks of the human condition and we are drawn into a polemic that challenges us to glimpse the light amidst a deep darkness. Within the ambivalence, then, there exists this antagonism, which only exacerbates the humanness of the story, and ought to give us greater pause.

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Letter to a Christian Nation?

This article answers questions concerning America as a Christian nation , Christianity's relationship with society, and the proper way to transform people's hearts.

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Astrology is Astrolatry

Fr. Alexander Karloutsos provides a brief overview on the Orthodox Church's position and teachings on Astrology. He explores biblical references, as well as the commentary of various theologians, to show that an overemphasis on Astrology is truly sinful.

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The Office of Oblation (Proskomide)

Since the early Church, the Office of Oblation (Proskomide) has been a service of offering gifts to God in preparation for the Sacrament of Holy Eucharist or Holy Communion in the Divine Liturgy. The Office of Oblation is thus a prerequisite for the Divine Liturgy.

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Jesus Laughing: The "Gospel" of Judas?

Fr. Steven Tsichlis addresses the history, teaching, and present popularity of National Geographic's article on the so-called 'Gospel of Judas' and offers an Orthodox response to it.

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A Gospel in the Gospel of Judas?

Rev. Fr. Theodore Stylianopoulos offers an Orthodox response to the 'Gospel of Judas.' He explains the absurdity surrounding the suggestion of a secret knowledge (gnosis) and the complexities of Gnosticism. He makes it clear that there can be no compromise between parts of the traditional Gospels and parts from the Gospel of Judas with great detail and exploration.

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