Dr Eve Tibbs on “Ancient Heresies and Their Influence Today” – Videos

Eve Tibbs

This is the video of the recent talk given by Dr Eve Tibbs in our continuing education and catechism series: Acquiring the Mind of the Church! The talk entitled: “Ancient Heresies and Their Influence Today” and was presented at our parish by Dr Eve Tibbs, Affiliate Associate Professor of theology … ...More

Dr. Eve Tibbs: “Ancient Heresies and Their Influence Today” – Audio

Dr Eve Tibbs

This is the audio of our recent talk in the once-monthly continuing education and catechism series: Acquiring the Mind of the Church! The talk, “Ancient Heresies and Their Influence Today.” Dr Tibbs provides an overview of the early Christian heresies and how the Church resolved them and their … ...More

March 12th! Dr. Eve Tibbs: “Ancient Heresies and Their Influence Today”

Dr Eve Tibbs

Our next talk in the 'Acquiring the Mind of the Church' series, Saint Barnabas’ adult spiritual formation series, will take place on Saturday, March 12th , 2015 at 10 AM at St Barnabas Orthodox Church. Our guest speaker is Dr. Eve Tibbs, Affiliate Associate Professor of theology at Fuller … ...More

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THE WAY OF THE SAINTS

Father Thomas Hopko

by Father Thomas Hopko (1939-2015) There are certain characteristics which belong to all of the saints, whoever they were and whenever they lived. Among these characteristics are the following: Every saint is God-centered and seeks in his or her life the “one thing necessary”—to glorify God by … ...More

TREASURES OF OUR FAITH – Personal Reflections

Ron and Judy Alsop

By Judy Alsop For me, coming into the Orthodox faith was like entering an enormous, ancient and majestic cathedral full of unimaginable treasures.  Even the treasure-filled cave of Tolkien’s dragon Smaug could not compare to these riches of the soul, both small and great.  And, I still feel very … ...More

Finding The New Testament Church

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By Fr. Jon E. Braun Coming off a couple of decades of heightened awareness of our need for a personal knowledge of Christ–notably evidenced through such phenomena as the Jesus Movement and the charismatic renewal–most thinking Christians are realizing something else is needed: the rediscovery of … ...More

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