Can an Orthodox Christian Be Libertarian?
I’ve been an Orthodox Christian for a little more than thirteen years and attended Holy Cross Greek Orthodox School of Theology to work on a Masters in Theological Studies. I am no saint and there are far better theologians than I, but I think I can say a few things on how I can be both an Orthodox Christian and a libertarian.Saint Joseph and Mary – A Marriage Made in Heaven
Are you caught up in a constant struggle with your marriage and need someone to turn to? Do you wish to protect your marriage from further deterioration? Now, more than ever, heavenly help is needed for marriages and the family, as there are so many attacks coming from all sides. If you are looking to find out more about a special heavenly protector for your marriage then you are in the right place. St. Joseph, foster father of Jesus, is your answer, he will protect your marriage as he protected Mary and the Christ child when they were in danger.The End of the World or A New Beginning?
Confusions and fear are good for the business of both religion and politics. How does a person of faith balance the pitch with the truth. Can we live our lives in peace, power and joy?Be Reconciled to God!
But God was not ready to let go of his magnificent creation, He foresaw the evil that was to enter the earth, and in his unsearchable wisdom, he had prepared a systematic course of events that would bring us back to Him. He did not create man in His own image just to let them be lost to the tricks and deception of a created being who was Satan.Declaration of Independence Was Influenced More by John Knox Than by the Enlightenment
Children are taught in the government schools, which are dominated by enlightenment thinking, that Thomas Paine’s “Common Sense” was the most influential book during the revolutionary period. John Adams once stated that the most influential book on the minds of the founders was “Vindiciae Contra Tyrannos” (translated, “A Defense of Liberty Against Tyrants) written by the French Huguenot, Phillipe de Mornay. Equally popular was “Lex Rex”, by the Scottish reformer Samuel Rutherford.Religious Children’s Books – Teaching Valuable Principles and Reading
Experts say that parents should read to their children at least 20 minutes a day to help their reading and comprehension skills develop. But children do more than learn to read when they look at books and are read to. They learn about all aspects of life from the characters and scenarios in the books.How Do You Get to Heaven?
Perhaps the oldest endeavor of man has been to determine what happens after death. A great deal of the world believes that you go out of existence. Yet many people believe your spirit lives on and within that group there are hundreds of different beliefs related on how to be successful in your on-going existence.Bible Book Lists – A Super Activity to Help Your Kids Learn the Books of the Bible
Need a quick and easy way to help your kids learn the books of the Bible? Then try playing “Bible Book Lists”…Luke 4:31-44, A Bible Study Devotion – “Jesus Was Too Busy to Pray Too”
Are you busy? Don’t answer. I know the answer is yes.1 Thessalonians 2:1-12, A Bible Study Devotion – “I’m Afraid to Share the Gospel”
I’ll start with a question. Are you afraid to share the Gospel? The answer is usually, yes.How Do I Prepare?
the euro is falling, the United States dollar is starting to collapse, the financial situation in Iceland, Europe, Greece, The Soviet Union, and many others, is becoming un-manageable, so what do we do to prepare for the prophecy of Isaiah 2:20?What Was Missing in Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs is to Become a Shepherd For Others
When we compare the psalms of David with Maslow’s hierarchy of needs, we can see that the God’s hierarchy of needs was so perfect, that David could say: “I shall not be in want.” This expression is never mentioned in Maslow’s hierarchy of needs.