Monthly Archives: October 2013

From Theology to Philosophy in the Latin West

By: Philip Sherrard From: The Greek East and the Latin West – A Study in the Christian Tradition, Oxford Univ. Press 1959, Denise Harvey 1992. WE HAVE SPOKEN of a certain retrogression in Christian thought during the later Middle Ages, and this in respect of the theology of both the Latin and the Greek worlds. […]

On Becoming and Remaining an Orthodox Christian

A Talk given at the Orthodox Pilgrimage to Felixstowe in August 2001 By Father Andrew Phillips INTRODUCTION We sometimes hear people talking about how they came to join the Orthodox Church. Although each story is interesting and may even be extraordinary, I think that the stories of how people remained faithful Orthodox Christians despite temptations […]

We Are Insane

A SANE FAMILY IN AN INSANE WORLD  By Presbyter Seraphim Johnson  “Take heed to thyself, and keep thine heart diligently: forget not any of the things which thine eyes have seen, and let them not depart from thine heart all the days of thy life. And teach them to thy children and thy grandchildren.” —Deuteronomy […]

The Other Side

THE OTHER SIDE: METAPHYSICS AND MEANING by R. M. Manion November 1993 I.  ETHICAL NIHILISM  A.   NATURALISM  He said he was a naturalist, that nature is all that is, that terms have meaning by virtue of their description of some aspect of nature. B. MORAL CRITERIA With this I agreed, and so I sought to […]

Things Jesus Never Said


From Nihilism to Tradition

by Michael O’Meara Histoire et tradition des européennes: 30,000 ans d’identité Dominique Venner Paris: Éditions du Rocher, 2002 I. Race of Blood, Race of Spirit In the United States, nationalists take their stand on the question of race, arguing that it denotes meaningful differences between subspecies, that these differences have significant behavioral and social ramifications, […]

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