Category Archives: 451 A.D. – Chalcedon

S’Mores and Orthodoxy

Good teachers come up with illustrations. That’s what we do. Jesus taught with parables, and we see the value of following his lead. I can preach a sermon for twenty minutes, and while most people will forget what I said, … Continue reading

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A Calvinist Anglican Converts to Orthodoxy

Mark Bradshaw, with Conversations On Orthodoxy, recently interviewed me regarding my conversion to the Orthodox Christian Faith. An audio recording of the interview is available online. Here is a transcript of the interview: Mark Bradshaw: Welcome to another Conversation on Orthodoxy. Deacon … Continue reading

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