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    Voices of the Early Fathers with Marcellino D'Ambrosio

    Hank Hanegraaff talks with author Marcellino D’Ambrosio about his book, When the Church Was Young: Voices of the Early Fathers (Franciscan Media, 2014). Dr. Italy, as he is affectionately known, holds a Ph.D. in historical theology from the Catholic University of America and is a professor at the International Catholic University. Read More

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    Christ's Defeat of Demons, Sin, and Death with Fr Andrew Stephen Damick

    Hank Hanegraaff talks with the Very Rev. Archpriest Andrew Stephen Damick, who served for many years as the pastor of St. Paul Antiochian Orthodox Church of Emmaus, Pennsylvania, and is now the Chief Content Officer of Ancient Faith Ministries. Read More

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    A Personal Search for the Mother of God with Brandi Willis Schrebier

    Hank Hanegraaff talks with Brandi Willis Schreiber, author of A Long Walk with Mary: A Personal Search for the Mother of God (Ancient Faith, 2021). The Lord Jesus Christ, God incarnate, had a fully human mother and her name was Mary. For most of his Christian life, Hank lacked a proper appreciation for the grandeur and glory of the Mother of our Savior. Read More

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    Being Orthodox on Purpose—with Fr Barnabas Powell

    Hank Hanegraaff talks with Fr. Barnabas Powell, who is the parish priest at Saints Raphael, Nicholas and Irene Greek Orthodox Church, in Cumming, Georgia. After years of pursuit, which included pastoring a Pentecostal church and holding a prominent role in evangelical media ministry, Read More

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    The Theology of Illness with Jean Claude Larchet

    As one of the foremost contemporary Patristics scholars, Professor Jean-Claude Larchet especially studies the relevance of the Fathers to questions of health, sickness, and healing today. Hank explains that The Theology of Illness played a profound role in shaping his perspective as he was going through treatment for mantle cell lymphoma. Read More

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    Eastern Orthodox Christianity with Frederica Mathewes-Green

    In addition to discussing his transition into Orthodoxy, being diagnosed with cancer, and the way that those two situations have impacted one another, Hank and Frederica also talk about the history of the Church as well as community memory as a source of Church authority and the perpetuation of Holy tradition. Read More