Orthodox Christianity & Theology


Answering the B’nei Noach

Originally Published in “The Heavenly Abode” It is not uncommon for judaisers to post anti-Christian messages on Orthodox Newsgroups and Messageboards. Most of these posters are from a Judaised Gentile group called the B’nei Noach or Children of Noah. There is a missionary movement among some Jews to attract non-Jews […]


On the Causes of the Russian Catastrophe by Archbishop Averki

The real reasons the communists won. A great many different, more or less weighty and plausible, ideas have been and continue to be expressed on the causes of the terrible, bloody catastrophe which befell our motherland Russia in 1917. Usually and most frequently causes of an economic and political nature […]


On the Apostolic Work of Prince St. Vladimir by Archbishop Averki

About the importance of St. Vladimir’s accomplishment. Why is St. Vladimir eternally dear to us? Because he brought us into communion with faith in Christ and gave us, Russians, the true Church of Christ. What is this faith in Christ and true Church and what is its significance for us? […]


For There Must Also be Heresies Among You by Archbishop Averki

This article deals with the scriptural concept of heresy in the context of modern ecumenism and “world orthodoxy” How does one properly understand these words of the Holy Apostle Paul? Does he really approve of dissensions among Christians or recognize them as necessary or desirable? Is he making them the […]


What are the Goals of Ecumenism?

by Hiermonk Sava (of Serbia) This article speaks against the ambitions and motivations of the global Ecumenical movement. The fundamental goal and the primary task of the ecumenical movement is to re-interpret Christianity—or, in other words, to annihilate Orthodoxy completely. The dialogue between various Christian confessions—as, also, the dialogue between […]


A Brief History of The Russian Orthodox Church Abroad

The Russian Orthodox Church Abroad is the continuation of the historic Russian Orthodox Church which existed for centuries in Russia until the 1920s, when it was abolished by the atheist Soviet government. Initially, many thought the Communist regime would not endure, and then-Patriarch Tikhon mandated his most senior bishop, Metropolitan […]

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