by Michael Astley “Enter by the narrow gate; for wide is the gate and broad is the way that leads to destruction, and there are many who go in by it. Because narrow is the gate and difficult is the way which leads to life, and there are few who find it.” – Matthew […]
by Robert Easter This may be best left with the reader to decide. Nearly five years ago I arrived at Seminary to discover, having been out of country, that my own church was in the process of flying apart like a hot grenade. My attempts to hold on to a friendly fragment of the remnants […]
by Fr. Geoffrey Korz As a former member of the Anglican Communion myself, I very much appreciate both the traditions which led me to Orthodoxy, and the sentiment and love contained in this excellent article. Fr. Geoffrey is a friend of mine, and I’m only sorry I have not found and published this outstanding letter […]
by Mike Spreng Part Two of Mike Spreng’s conversion story from his blog, “Classical Christianity.” There are a number of things that have really discouraged me over the years within the Christian faith, but one thing that has stood out is how modern (Protestant) Christians limit how close one can get to the Church of […]
We know full well, from nearly forty years of experience, that some of those who today are undertaking the move to Roman Catholicism will one day come knocking at the doors of the Orthodox Church. And they will have been made ready for that initial step only by the experience which they are setting out on now.