Tag: bible study

Studying the book of Revelation

Although there were plenty of studies going on about the book of Revelation when I was a Protestant, I never did attend any of them and I’ve never read the book in its entirety. There are things in this video that are… Read More

Still reading Matthew

Our church has a small, but awesome book store. Seriously it is top notch!. The other day I wrote about bible studies LINK HERE. BSF or Bible Study Fellowship’s study this year so going to be on Acts and Epistles. When I… Read More

Studying the gospels

It all begins with the book of, Matthew. Here is a bit about him from, Orthodox Wiki: The holy, glorious and all-laudable Apostle and Evangelist Matthew is the author of the Gospel of Matthew and one of the Twelve Apostles. The apostle’s… Read More

Welcome to Orthodox Holy Week

The moon is so bright you could probably read by it. The first full moon of Spring marks Passover. The Jewish holiday (remember Christ was born into a Jewish family. He came first for the Jews, was rejected and then adopted the… Read More

Struggling with Christian female identity

As I watched a program the other day on which two men were dressed as women in garish, bright yellow dresses, I lamented the state of our nation. Not just for this, but for so many things we are getting wrong in… Read More

How the Ecumenical Councils Helped form & Define Christianity

“We refuse to take on the idea that any of the Church’ canons are obsolete or subject to review … To think otherwise, it means to place yourself above the Church and to oppose with your own limited experience, the eternal and… Read More